I started my fennel in autumn (fall to you) and it's now spring and they're hearting up well. We didn't see that heavy snowfall here.
Did your fennel was under the 12" of snow too?
The leaves are divided into several thread-like segments and are one or two pinnately divided. As an erect plant, it can grow up to 3 meters in height. Very pretty photo at this time of year. There are more than one kind of fennel. Sea fennel uses in cooking range from pickling to steaming to blanching. I grew it for the seed until it tried to take over my garden. Growing Conditions for Fennel Fennel is considered either a perennial or annual herb, depending on the region where you live. I thkn you did right actually. Fennel can grow up to 5 feet tall, depending on which variety you're growing. I'll get back to you.... catmad I decided to start some seeds yesterday inside the house, I know from everything I read online, fennel does not like the heat so hopefully by the time it starts bulbing out it wont be so extremely hot outside, I have tons of seeds that I bought from rareseeds so worst case scenario I might have to replant some seeds later in the season. The steps for how to grow fennel are fairly simple since the fennel herb is such an agreeable garden plant. Grow them in an area that gets at least 6 hours of sun and has fertile, well-drained soil. Our winter temps are 8 - 16 C so we don't get a real winter. Spring time was such a show !!
On the other hand, fennel seed is commonly used in cooking.
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I didn't lost anything. Space fennel plants 4 to 12 inches apart, depending on the variety. drthor, I have some seedling under grow lights I guess I started them a lot earlier since I did not know about the right time to start the seeds, my plant is to transplant them out hopefully in Oct and then start some more seeds in case this first batch bolt on me. It seems to be doing fine, but that's all I can tell you :). Is finally cooling down here in mobile, maybe I will be transplanting my fennel this weekend if the weather holds. Ahah... that explains a lot!
First you have to be sure the seeds that you are sowing are of the type that forms a bulb, as not all kinds of fennel result in a bulb. Mine didn't bulb either. It propagates well from seed. It is necessary to cook it briefly before eating, but a light blanching is all it takes to make an excellent side dish. Fennel love the cold weather, but be prepared to cover if it will get really cold. Lots of eggplants and peppers still giving me lots of fruits. I do know that it doesn't like the heat of north Texas summers, the plants I had in the ground in spring either died or stopped growing from late June into early Sept. We had that crazy day last year in DFW with all that snow. I actually enjoy the snow, especially when it will disappear the next day. Maybe I should pull my lonely little bulb.... All I know is I tried growing fennel about 5 years ago, then the heat came and instead of bulbing up I ended up with lots of green and hardly no bulb at all. In this zone, mine stays in ground as a perennial.
I have only grown Fennel for the Swallowtail caterpillars to munch on.
I know fennel grows better if it gets a little colder than if it is hot and humid so have any of you grown fennel sussesfully?
I am guessing you covered it? So fennel bulbs are known to do poorly in the heat? Thanks evelyn, mine I bought from rareseeds, it is called di firence and it is suppose to get large bulbs. Description. It always comes back. Growing sea fennel opens up a lot of culinary opportunities. I forgot you got that much snow.
Here’s my go-to guide to growing fennel at home… Propagation. I remember a long time ago I planted some but they hardly produced any bulbs because it just got too hot. Dthor ~ my fennel received no winter protection last winter and it shook of frost/freezing with no damage even. All I know is I tried growing fennel about 5 years ago, then the heat came and instead of bulbing up I ended up with lots of green and hardly no bulb at all. Plant fennel in spring after the last frost.
No, I am sorry. It grows best in temperatures that range between 21-24 degrees Celsius or low- to mid-70 degrees Fahrenheit. I am starting them indoors because I have not room right now outside. If growing for seed, fennel will mature about late August. Fennel loves full sun and well-draining soil, though it will tolerate poor soil. All my flowers and bulbs really like it
Also, it can inhibit the growth of tomatoes and beans, so avoid planting them near either of those crops. This message was edited Sep 28, 2010 7:38 PM, You know I suspect the bulbs from your fennel would suffer from a really hard freeze but the foliage wouldn't. Growing Fennel. I divide it and on occasion, the butterfly cats prune it for me. Wow drthor you did get lots of snow, let hope for better weather this winter.
Thanks!! Hi I bought some nice fennel seeds from Heirloom seeds about a year ago and would like to plant them but I really have no idea when to start them from seed and or transplant them in my garden for zone 8. http://www.seedsofchange.com/garden_center/product_details.aspx?item_no=PS21723.
I started a row of seeds at the same time as lettuce, early spring. It’s a great option for growing in raised garden beds, containers, and in-ground gardens. :) I swear that I was puling fennel roots for months. I never really tried fennel before until I bought it at the store to try a recipe and since then I really like it, to me it has a really nice licorice flavor and it is refreshing as well, the only problem is that it is one of those veggies that are very expensive in the store so if I can grow it and it grows well I might as well give it a try. It takes about three months for fennel … Because of their natural saltiness, sea fennel plants pair especially well with shellfish. I was so worry because the snow was so heavy that my pvc pipes bent all the way down ... ouch !! A good method to use when harvesting is to wrap cheesecloth around the umbrel and then cut the stalk. I did cover mine last year to protect them from the coldest winter ever. LOL.
Okay, you've made me think. Quick Guide to Growing Fennel. Not all fennels "bulb". I love rare seeds but I wish they had better instructions on when to plant seeds and transplant seeds in diferent areas. We have summer temps 38 - 45 degrees celcius not fahrenheit. Yes, Evelyn is correct.
http://www.indepthinfo.com/fennel/grow.htm It belongs to the carrot and parsley family and is a cousin to other herbs such as caraway, dill and cumin. My friend has fennel still growing from last year so heat is not a problem but humidity might be. I love fennel so I wanted to give it a try this year and I have been searching online and it does mention that fennel bolts when it gets really hot.
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