Features: Wild fennel, a member of the carrot family, is a highly aromatic and flavorful herb with a mild anise undertone. The leaves and fruit are all edible and have a wide variety of culinary applications. It is indigenous to the Mediterranean, however it has recently been introduced to many new regions around the world and grows especially well on riverbanks and dry soil near the sea coast.
Species: Foeniculum vulgar
Origin: Pacific Northwest
Appearance & Flavor: The wild version of agriculturally grown fennel, the vibrant anise flavor is intensified in the wild.