Easy to grow, leaves and seeds are used to add that singular dill flavor to pickles, fish dishes, salad dressings, omelettes and more! Reliably self-sows, plant this once and enjoy it in your garden forever! Larger ferny leaves are attractive places for pupating ladybugs and flowers attractive to many beneficial insects.
How to grow it:
Full to shade
Germinates best at 60-70 degrees. Direct sow 1/4” deep, thinning plants to 6” apart for young leaves, 24” apart for seed production. Do not transplant as tap roots are easily damaged. Harvest leaves by clipping entire plant or leave the plant and harvest a few leaves at a time.