A must have for flavouring pickles and vinegar, as well as for salads and fish, vegetable and egg dishes.
Dill is a must have for flavouring pickles and vinegar, as well as for salads and fish, vegetable and egg dishes. It is a pretty plant with lacy foliage growing from 60-75 cm (2-2.5') high in the garden. Dill is one of the easiest herbs to grow and can readily self-seed, assuming of course you leave any of the seed heads on the plant! Dill is also used to attract beneficial insects such as lacewings, lady bugs, hover flies and parasitic wasps to the garden. Annual
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How To Grow
720 seeds/gram In a sunny site with average soil, direct sow seeds no more than 6 mm (1/4") deep and 2.5 cm (1") apart Seeding can be done anytime from mid April through mid July. Successive sowings every two to three weeks work best. Thin out seedlings to 15 cm (6") apart in the garden. Seed exposure to light benefits germination. When flower head begins to brown, cut the entire head off and hang it upside down
over a tray or bag to collect the mature seed as it falls out.
Blooming Season Begins
Sow Direct Every Two Weeks Mid Spring Through June
Days to Emergence
10 to 20
Medium %2860 to 80 cm%29%2824%22 to 32%22%29
Days to Harvest
Degree of Difficulty
Pollinator and beneficial insect plant.
Seed is used for flavouring