A popular culinary herb, this dill has fern-like leaves that are used to flavour many foods especially fish, cucumbers, yogurt, summer salads or traditional pickles. Once you've sown all you need, any leftover seeds can be used in food preparations as well. Plant in early spring, ¼ in. deep & 12 in. apart in full sun. Its also great for container gardening. If planted in the garden it is likely to self-seed where it is planted. 50 days to maturity for green leaves, 95 days for seed.
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