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Fennel: growing

Posted by tjani (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 25, 11 at 22:18

After years of trying to sprout fennel, this year I finally bought a few from Pikes.

I had read somewhere to soak fennel seeds for 2 or more days and then plant. So this year too, I had soaked and planted but didn't see anything and forgot all about it.

After pike's trip and planting the fennel in ground, what do I see in one batch of my starter kit....fennel sprouting!!!

Finally I am gonna have lots of fennel growing.

Any tips of growing conditions? Acid/alkaline/wet/dry spot etc etc is totally welcome.

Thanks in advance!

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RE: Fennel: growing

I'm cheating, I bought a potted fennel plant. But if I like it, I will keep the seeds for next year. Good luck!

RE: Fennel: growing

Would you be interested in social gettogether? I had posted in another post...since you are in buford and I am in suwanee and Rose in Sugarhill....let us know.

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