Leaf fennel does not produce a bulb, but instead is grown for its attractive, feathery foliage. The leaves have a mildly sweet flavor and are a pleasant addition to salads, slaws, and dressings, while the seeds can be used in baking. As a medicinal herb, leaf fennel seeds are used in teas and tinctures to ease digestive complaints. Leaf fennel can be overwintered in mild areas to produce fennel seed the second summer. Our varieties are selected to be vigorous, uniform, and slow to bolt. Choose from green or bronze leaf fennel.