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pbyrley wrote: Every year I have several fennel that grow about 5 feet tall. They are the host plant for black swallowtail butterflies but there are always honeybees at the many small blossoms. There are also many other small insects and skinny bodied wasps all day long. These fennel are called bronze fennel and I grow them from a pack of Burpees seeds from Lowes building supplies (Like Home Depot). I always wondered if the bee keepers hate licorice flavored honey but the bees seem to love these fennel.