Fennel, Epiphytes and Pelleted Seed

:30    What’s For Dinner: Fennel
7:04    Eat/Drink/Grow: Epiphytes – what they are, some common houseplants that are epiphytic, and what this means for how we care for those plants.
15:03   Insider Information: What are pelleted seeds?
19:44  Love Letters and Questions:    Melissa writes about paperwhite narcissus.

Ellen and C.L talk about growing fennel, what an epiphytic plant is, and why you may want to try some pellitized seeds. We answer Melissa’s question about why some paperwhite narcissus are more fragrant than others.

Link to Brent and Becky’s Bulbs:   https://www.brentandbeckysbulbs.com/Narcissus/Ziva/Narcissus 

This fennel bulb is ready to be grated into a fennel and kale slaw.

In Florida, many orchids can be grown on trees because they are epiphytes and don’t need soil.

The summer of 2020 was hot and dry in C.L.’s garden, so the fennel didn’t produce bulbs. The greens could be used in cooking, however, and to make lovely arrangements.

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