Fennel Florence Seeds

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Large, white, bulb-like stems of this aromatic vegetable have a sweet flavour somewhere between aniseed and celery. They can be used finely chopped in salads or cooked in the many ways in which celery is employed. Best sown in April in drills 1cm deep and thinned out to 20cm apart. Incidentally, the plants themselves are exceedingly handsome and decorative.

Pretty Wild Seeds are registered with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) under number 7529, so you can have confidence in both our products and advice.

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  • 300 per gram

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    Sow directly. Best planted in early spring or mid summer so that plants can mature in cooler weather. Sow seeds 6mm deep, 5cm apart in rows with 45cm spacing. Will germinate with a temp. of 10-30°C. When plants are 5cm tall thin to 30cm x 100cm spacing as the plants are greedy for space and nutrients.
    Ideal soil conditions is pretty wide open, and it'll be happy in clay, chalk, sand or loam with either alkaline, neutral or acidic acidity while it's important to give them Full or Partial Sun.