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ANISEED DELIGHTS

Florence fennel is grown for its white bulbs with a powerful aniseed taste. Member of the RHS Vegetable Trials Assessment Forum, Colin Randel, reveals the best varieties

Florence fennel is a popular annual vegetable grown for its white bulb with a strong taste of aniseed.The stems and feathery green leaves and seeds are also edible, making this an essential decorative and ‘eat all plant’ in the garden. Trials were recently carried out at Wisley Gardens in Surrey - home of the Royal Horticultural Society - to discover the very best varieties to grow.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine! In this issue: HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY TREE ✪ Nurseryman David Patch extols the virtues of this beautiful tree fruit FOR EVERYTHING THERE IS A SEASON ✪ Biodynamic gardener Julie Moore investigates the true cost of our demand for seasonal food YOMPING YAMS ✪ Yams are a mainstay in hotter climes, but Sally Cunningham reveals one that can thrive in the chilly UK And much more!