This strongly aromatic herb is native from the Mediterranean region to Southern Russia and was cultivated for its carminative properties by the Greeks and Romans. Both its fern-like foliage and spicy seed have been used for centuries to flavor various foods including soups, sauces, and pickles.
Upright stalk grows 24-30 inches. This member of the carrot family bears flowers biennially in mid-summer. Direct sow in well drained soil after last frost ¼” deep. Seed Germinates in 3 weeks. Full sun.
Approximately 150 seeds per pack.