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Mediterranean Bulbs And Seeds

TOP BENEFITS AND REMEDIES USING FENNEL

Fennel is an aromatic and flavourful herb that has several culinary as well as medicinal...

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Fennel Zefa Fiono- Origin Bred at the Swiss Federal Research Station- This variety has 3” bulb with edible blue-green stems and feathery green leaves. When compared with some of the traditional Italian varieties, it proved much more resilient under stress and much less likely to bolt. A spring planting will stand till late summer and cold hardy. Use the bulb, stalk, leaves, and seeds in Italian dishes and Mediterranean dishes. Great in a variety of stews, especially bouillabaisse.

Sicilian Honey Lily Seed, Mediterranean bells ,Allium siculum,(Please note that we supply seeds and not bulbs of this bulbous plant.)

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Fennel likes full sun, regular watering, and loose well-drained soil. Fennel seeds are a highly aromatic, and flavorful herb. Also Fennel bulb is a popular ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine, and it can be eaten raw, grilled, or baked. Get yours at Green's Produce and Plants 3001 W. Arkansas Ln. Arlington TX 76016

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Garlic : Purple Italian Cold, Cool, Warm, Long days Annual Icon_container This classic Italian hardneck is one of our most popular This classic Italian hardneck is one of our most popular. Deep russet purple-skinned bulbs have a pungent, yet sweet flavor that is perfect for Mediterranean cuisine. Large cloves are easy to peel, making it a favorite with cooks. Averages 10 cloves per bulb. Amaryllidaceae Allium sativum

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Fennel features prominently in Mediterranean cuisine, where bulbs and fronds are used, both raw and cooked, in side dishes, salads, pastas, vegetable dishes and risottos.[citation needed] Fennel seed is a common ingredient in Italian sausages and meatballs and northern European rye breads.

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250+ Tropeana Lunga Onion Seeds *RARE* - Long tall bulbs are unique and popular with Mediterranean chefs. An old heirloom and a claimed relative of the shallot. This onion originates from greece, and is said to be one of the more vibrant heirloom onions on the market. Harvest mid-summer. The color is a deep purple-red and nearly impossible to find in America. Wonderful for dishes with lemon and zesty spices. - 70 d

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