Ground Ivy, AKA alehoof or gill-over-the-ground, is an historically important brewing herb that I’d never fully appreciated until encountering it in its native land.
experimental beers with a botanical twist
Foeniculum vulgare. A native of the Mediterranean rim that can be invasive in North America and Australia, so best to grow in a container in those regions. One of the primary ingredients in absinthe, it’s never been as popular in brewing as the similar-tasting anise.