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fennel - bronze
fennel - bronze
fennel - bronze
fennel - bronze
fennel - bronze
fennel - bronze

fennel - bronze

bronze fennel or Foeniculum vulgare 'Giant Bronze'

Tasty foliage with both fish & meat as well as in salads. Fine clouds of feathery, bronze-purple leaves are followed by flat-topped,...

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