Flowers easily with large seed heads. This heirloom dill is excellent in pickles and used to flavor many foods, including lamb chops, grilled salmon, soups and omelets. Easy to grow and very aromatic! 40-60 days. (Annual) Learn more about Growing Dill here.
Each packet contains approximately 300 seeds.
Sow where plants are to grow in late winter or early spring. Scatter seeds on the soil surface and rake in very lightly; do NOT cover. Dill prefers full sun and well drained, rather poor soil for best flavor.
Harvest leaves as needed or cut entire plant when seeds have formed at the tops of the 3 to 4 foot tall plants. Often re-seeds itself in the garden.