I saw a young guy striding down with an armload of wild fennel.
And with a handful of wild fennel, she would make a soup to lick your fingers over!
Feniculum vulgare, or wild fennel, common on the northern coast of Cornwall.
The entire plain is covered with wild fennel, six to eight feet in height, and literally blazing with its bloomy yellow tops.
Some plants grow in this neighbourhood which put me in mind of my native country—the wild fennel.