Dill is a flavorful annual herb, where both the seeds & foliage are eaten. It’s quick to bolt in heat and is a self-seeding plant. Dill does best when planted away from vegetables. They do great in dips or use it to season salmon!
Size: 14 to 24 in
Sprout time: Late Spring into Summer
When to plant: After danger of frost
– Dill belongs to the celery family.
– Native to South Europe and West Asia.
– In ancient Greece Dill was used in the production of perfumes.
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