|Latin Name:||Anethum graveolens, Anethum sowa, Ferula marathrophylla, Peucedanum anethum|
|French Name:||Aneth, aneth odorant, fenouil bâtard, fenouil puant, faux anis|
History and Origin
This annual plant comes from the region surrounding the Mediterranean Sea and from Central Asia. It used to be grown by Israelis, Egyptians, Romans and more recently by the English and Scandinavian countries for its medicinal properties and its aroma in cooking.