Fennel (Seeds)

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Fennel (Seeds)


Planting & Care
Fennel does not transplant well. Direct sow your fennel seeds after the last frost of the season. Sow seeds about an inch deep and 10-12 inches apart. Rows should be spaced 3 feet apart. Water well until seeds germinate, usually within 7 – 14 days. You can also plant seeds closer together and thin once they become established.

Sunlight: Full Sun

Soil: well-drained soil

Water: Medium

Temprature: 50° F and 70° F

Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer


  • It grows wild as an invasive species on roadsides and hillsides in many coastal areas but wild fennel is quite different from domestic fennel and does not produce bulbs.
  • Here are some tips on how to grow fennel in your home garden.

Harvesting: Fennel takes about 80-100 days to mature.


  • Fennel should be watered regularly, about twice per week during dry spells.
  • Keep the soil moist but never soggy.
  • Avoid root rot by never over watering.
  • Best to let the soil nearly dry out before giving it a good, long soak.
  • Use a few inches or organic mulch, like straw or wood chips, around each fennel plant.
  • This will keep weeds down and preserve moisture in the soil.

Medicinal use:

  • Unverified information The infusion of the fruit is used in doses of ½ to 1 ounce like that of fennel seeds, as carminative, diuretic and stimulant in flatulency, gastric and intestinal disorders etc.

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  • Fennel is a diverse herb and vegetable.
  • The seeds, leaves, stems and bulbs can all be consumed.
  • Fennel can be eaten raw or cooked.
  • They adds a unique flavor to a variety of culinary contraptions.

    Common name: Peucedanum grande
    Color: brown or green
    Bloom time: Late Spring/Early Summer
    Height: 60-90cm
    Difficulty level: easy to grow

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