Good seed and leaf yields. Edible seeds and greens flavor many foods. Popular addition to sauces and a must for making pickles. Foliage known as dill weed. Medicinal: Seeds are a remedy for flatulence. Organically grown. Avg. 20,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
SECTION: Herbs, Dill, Anethum graveolens Annual herb often succession-sown in vegetable garden--good companion to cabbages, but many biodynamic gardeners feel it retards carrots and potatoes if planted alongside. Chopped leaves good in cheese spreads, dips, fish, salads. Seeds flavor pickles. Plant like carrots. Flowers attract beneficial insects. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using 8" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: A/Spacing 8" SEEDS PER PACKET: 450 SOURCE CODE: O APPROX GERM DAYS: 21-25 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/8" WHEN TO PLANT: Early spring PACKET LABEL…
(60-70 days) A compact, attractive variety with a lovely aroma. Larger leaves than most dills. The best for collecting seed.
(Anethum graveolens) Early to flower with large seed heads. Excellent in pickles and used to flavor many other foods. Easy to grow. Contains 300 heirloom seeds
(Anethum graveolens) A very aromatic, late-flowering variety that has nice green color and is productive. Contains 300 heirloom seeds
(Anethum graveolens) Deep, blue-green color and finely cut foliage. A good late flower strain for commercial leaf production; it is also used as a cut flower, as it produces attractive, light greenish flowers. Contains 300 heirloom seeds
(Anethum Graveolens) The common dill that is grown in Thailand; small plants with nice flavor. Contains 75 heirloom seeds
Anethum graveolens This special selection produces much more foliage before forming seed than most dills. Dukat has a particularly fine bouquet and flavor; excellent used fresh or dried. Ten inch seed heads. Germination code: (1)
Anethum graveolens This unique dwarf dill is suitable for containers and makes a striking annual border plant in the garden. A long-season producer of fresh dill weed. 20 inch tall plants. An AAS winner. Germination code: (1)
Anethum graveolens Early settlers called dill the ''meetin' seed'' because children were given dill seed to chew on during long sermons. An old time favorite, Long Island Mammoth is a vigorous plant that matures quickly. Large umbels are covered with masses of seed. Germination code: (1)
Aromatic, never bitter or overly pungent, try this one for the sweetest of all dills. With a delicate fragrance, Dukat stays in the leaf stage longer for more volume to harvest than other varieties. (18-24")
Very slow to bolt. Abundant, dark blue-green foliage. Great in containers or in small spaces. AAS winner. Ht. 26-32". Avg. 14,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
Excellent in sauces, salads, soups, etc. 36in. 90 days.
An exquisite dwarf form with attractive ferny foliage being most delicate, making an excellent container plant for windowsills. 9-12in. 90 days.
Iowa heirloom grown near Festina, Iowa since 1920 by Katherine Einck’s family (Diane Whealy’s grandmother). Large fragrant heads and abundant long-lasting foliage. Great for canning or fresh use. Germination is erratic, so please be patient. Selfseeding annual. Sow seeds outdoors early in spring when ground has warmed. Prefers rich well-drained soil and a sheltered location out of the wind. Will readily volunteer each year from dropped seeds.
Annual. Garden-fresh, gourmet flavor! Perfect for dill pickles, dips, sauces and soups. Use fresh or dried. Reseeds itself vigorously. $4.99
Pungent seeds are a must for your pickling brine. Feathery leaves perk up fish, seafood, dips and sauces. Use dried, fresh or frozen. Annual. 60 DAYS. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Dill combines the two flavors and smells of parsley and caraway into one herb! The cooling, aramatic foliage and seeds are used in a wide range of dishes, especially those with eggs, potatoes, fish, and pickling cucumbers.For a regular supply of dill leaves, make successive sowings ever 2 to 3 weeks in well-drained, neutral to slightly acid soil in full sun. Do not plant near carrots, as they react adversely. However, cabbage seems to like dill nearby. Dill flowers also attract beneficial insects that prey on aphids. Plants reach 36 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Pkt is 100 seeds.
An Improved variety. Plants are uniform in height for easier leaf bunch harvesting. High essential oil content. Avg. 18,300 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?