Though often referred to as an annual, this flavorful Mediterranean herb is actually biennial. In its second year of growth, it puts up a stalk topped with an umbel of small yellow-green flowers. Seed savers take heed! For those gardeners just looking for that go-to garnish, rejoice: the robust, fast-growing plants give plenty of tangy leaves in its first season.
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