Wild Fennel. This variety is grown for its leaves, pollen, and seeds; it does not make bulbs. Wild fennel fronds are used for flavoring fish and soups. Pollen from the pretty yellow flowers is considered a delicacy and is used for its intense flavor. Seeds, which are produced abundantly, have a strong fragrance and clean flavor; they are often used in making fennel sausage. Beautiful yellow flowers are suitable for cutting. 30-40 inches high. 75 days. 4 grams = approximately 1200 seeds. Approximately 300 seeds per gram.
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