When is fennel in season?

Answer Fennel is a perennial plant, meaning that it grows year round. The big, white bulbs grow underground. The stalks emerge in early spring, while flowers bloom in July and AugustSource:"In Season: Coo... Read More »

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What is fennel?

Fennel, or Foeniculum vulgare, is a perennial herb native to the Mediterranean area and southern Europe. It has a variety of uses both in the kitchen and as a medical supplement.DescriptionThe fen... Read More »

What is fennel used for?

Fennel, a green, crunchy vegetable that looks much like celery, is used as a food and an herb. Fennel can be cooked by itself or with other vegetables and is often sauteed or baked. Italian and Med... Read More »

Is fennel an herb?

On One Hand: Fennel As A HerbAccording to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the herb fennel (Foeniculum vulgare var. vulgare) is non-bulbing with "anise-flavored leaves and seeds" and is "used as a flav... Read More »

How do i harvest fennel?

Harvesting LeavesSnip leaves from the plant with a pair of clean, sharp scissors. Harvest leaves anytime during the growing season, whenever you want to add fennel to a dish.Harvesting BulbsClip th... Read More »