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Pimpinella anisum APIACEAE
Seeds are often used in applesauce, breads, soups, and teas for licorice-like flavor. Leaves can be used in salads. Medicinal: Hot tea helps break up bronchial mucous. Carminative - a digestive aid for relief of gas and cramping.

[Culture: Annual/70°F/---/14 days/direct sow or transplant after last frost/sun/24" ht./6 to 8" apart/does best in cool weather.]


Pkt. (0.75 g, 145 seeds)
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 29 October, 2004.

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