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As a comment about Giant Fennel (Ferula communis), CarolineScott wrote:

The database entry says it is perennial in milder climates, but it is monocarpic?
Does this mean it does NOT flower in the first summer? or does it behave more like an annual?
Name: Sue Taylor
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May 22, 2016 7:17 AM CST
In reply to Caroline's question I would add that this is a perennial in the garden where I've photographed it.

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