propagating a variety of wild fennel
I had my question answered but there still is a lack of succeeding planting from a cousins wild fennel. I was told to wait for picking until the seeds are totally brown. My cousins seed do not say on the plant like the variety II have planted. The fennel I want to propagate does the following. When it stays on the vine without picking, seeds do not turn brown but drop off and there is nothing left behind to harvest and plant.
Oneida County New York
I already answered your question regarding difficulty germinating fennel. I am sorry I don't have any new information to offer you.