Description High yielding hybrid variety. Vegetation period is 85 days. It forms white, fleshy bulbs. Fennel are closest relatives of dill, more like anise by taste and odour. Bulbs can be added to salads or soups, bulbs and leaves can be dried and useful spicing dishes all winter. Seed are added to salted or canned vegetables. Grow well in fertile, humus-rich soil....
Description The bulbs, leaves and seeds are used for food. The plant has a pleasant smell reminding of anise and dill and a sweet anise taste. To get an earlier harvest, it is recommended to plant as seedlings. Grows well in fertile, rich soil.
Description Early-maturing variety. Vegetation period – 70–75 days after the sowing. The bulb is round, weighs 350–400 g. Fennels are the closest relatives of dill but the flavour and smell is anise-like. They may be used in salads and soups and are suitable for stewing, grilling, dried pieces of bulb and leaves may be used for seasoning dishes. Seeds may be used for...