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Fennel can be grown as just a feathery herb plant and for its edible bulb.  Fennel is a natural sweetener when grown in well-drained soil rich in organic matter.   Most gardeners prefer to plant fennel away from other vegetable cultivars; while no studies exist that prove fennel has negative affects with near planting, folk lore suggests that fennel should be planted at least 8 to 12 inches away from other cultivars Take cuttings from the top few inches of the fennel plant for Mediterranean and tomato dishes, soups, and to flavor confections.

Fennel Wikipedia

 

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