Dill Common 200 Seeds
Early flowering (and early seeding) variety used for seed harvest. High seed yield. Seeds have aniseed flavour. Parts used: leaves, flowers and seed. Height 90cm.
Dill is best grown as an annual. It is easy to grow from seed and will produce wispy leaves growing on a single stem about 75cm (30in) high, which can be harvested about eight weeks after sowing. Once the plant will begins to produce flower heads, the leaf production will stop. Dill, like most herbs, grows best in the sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade. Dill grows up to 1M (36 in) tall, so plant it in the back of your flower, vegetable or herb garden. Sow seeds close together. This will allow the plants, which blow over easily, to support each other.
If you want to use dill seeds, let the seedheads develop and dry completely, then cut them and hang them upside down by the stems in a paper bag. The seeds will dry and fall into the bag. They can then be stored in a glass jar.
Repeat sow for a regular supply of leaves.
- Sow Cool Climate: Sep-Oct
- Sow Warm Climate: Mar-Aug
- Depth: 3 x Seed Diameter
- Soil Temp: 16-35°C
- Emerge: 7-21 Days
- Spacing: 40-60 cm
- Harvest: 8-10 Weeks
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