Wild Fennel Plant

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Generality of the Wild Fennel Plant:

Wild fennel is a plant that grows spontaneously, especially in the Mediterranean regions and along the coasts. If you want to harvest fresh wild fennel, you need to do it in the spring, while if you want to harvest its fruits or fennel seeds, the ideal period is late summer / fall. Wild fennel is widely used not only in the kitchen but also and above all to prepare wild fennel teas with remarkable beneficial effects or an infusion of fennel seeds. Furthermore, it has als0 antiseptic properties and to eliminate bad breath.

On-line Sale of the Wild Fennel plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

On-line Sale Of the Wild Fennel plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

Generality of the Wild Fennel Plant:

Wild fennel is a Mediterranean herbaceous shrub that is found in central and southern Italy. It is characterized by the filiform leaves and above all,by the very small white or yellow flowers. From these flowers, numerous seeds can be born. It is a perennial bush that reaches good size and can be consumed entirely: the seeds are sought to spice up dishes and make herbal teas, but also leaves and stems are edible and used as an aroma. It is an aromatic herb that can embellish many recipes.

Cultivation and Care of the Wild Fennel Plant:

Wild Fennel plant requires good drainage and a fairly loose soil. We find it in nature even on sandy or gravelly soil, but it is more productive if it meets a good presence of organic substance. It also requires good exposure to the sun and a shelter to too much wind, which due to the size of the bush can give problems. Uses & Benefits: The fennel leaves are used as an aroma and can be added to salads, while the seeds are placed on meat and especially on fish. It is said that this medicinal plant has antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and digestive properties, as well as being curative for the intestine and colon. With fennel seeds, herbal teas and decoctions are made, useful also to give small children against tummy ache from colic.

Irrigation
Rarely
Exposure
Half Shade
Plant Development
Fast
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