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Product Description

Anethum graveolens

Harvest the feathery foliage when plants are 6–8 inches tall for fresh use and drying. Flowers attract beneficial insects and are used in pickling along with the dried seeds.

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Quick Facts

Plant Size: 3–4 feet

Hardiness: Hardy Resseding Annual

Sun: Full/Partial

Seed Planting Depth: 0.5 inch

Days to Harvest: 40 days

Good for Container: Yes

Seed Origin: Open Pollinated

Easy to Grow: Yes

Water: Moderate

Days to Germinate: 7–42 days

Plant Spacing: 2–4 inches

Edible Flower: Yes

Growing Guide

GROW GUIDE CONDITIONS:
Both the leafy greens and seeds of dill are used to flavor, fish, potatoes and pickles. Direct seed in the garden after the last frost and throughout the summer.

GROW GUIDE SEED:
Plant seeds ¼ inch deep, 1–2 inches apart.

GROW GUIDE HARVEST:
After harvesting the leafy greens, allow the plants to flower to attract beneficial insects and mature the seeds

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