Growing fennel for medicinal and culinary uses can, and probably will, become a rewarding and satisfying hobby for anyone, even if you don't have a huge garden. A little verandah and a few pots can also do the job.
Growing fennel for yourself will ensure that whatever part of the plant you are going to use, it will always be in prime condition and gathered at the peak of it's potency.|
Growing this herb will attract Swallow Tail butterflies to your garden.
This is a large colorful butterfly which will add color and vibrancy to your garden together with the visiting bees that are also attracted to Fennel.
Fennel is an extraordinary herbal plant because the fruit, roots, leaves and stems can all be used in some way or another as a natural herbal remedy.
Take a look at the uses for herbs to see what the medicinal properties of fennel are and other ailments that this herb can be used for.
Every single part of the herb fennel can be used in cooking, and is especially enjoyed when used in salads which adds a distinctive liquorice flavour to the dish.
Fennel is often added to sauces or stuffing's for fish.
Do not plant fennel with dill, or near coriander, cucumber,tomatoes or caraway.
Fennel suffers when planted near wormwood.
If planting in a pot , fennel does extremely well with Marigolds, Peppermint and Goat's Rue, they all live together very comfortably and amicably and look good in a pot.
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"The art of healing comes from nature and not from the Physician. Therefore the Physician must start from nature with an open mind."
~ Paracelsus ~
Beetroot also contains tryptophan, the very same "feel-good" ingredient found in chocolate.
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