Fennel

Fennel

Fennel seed germinates quickly and easily when sown directly into your garden bed. The seeds should be planted at around 1-3cm depths, with room for the fennel to spread up as well-- Space them about 60 cm apart in rows that are 50 cms between each other (or less).

Fennel

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