Dill, Bouquet (Anethum graveolens)seeds, organic

$2.95$18.10

Family:  Carrot (Apiaceae)

Annual.  65 days to maturity

Native to southern Europe, Iran and India. Lacy foliage and nodding seedheads.  The dill that we grow here in the foothills of the Siskiyou mountains has been rated exceptional, and is responsible for the seeds we will send you.  Personally, I love to find them in the garden and clap their cheery little faces in my upturned palms and nuzzle them like a lover.  I make sure the bees are off first, of course.  And might nibble just a bit.  This is of course the difinitive pickling spice, used fresh or dried in canning, especially of course “dill pickles.”   Equally well suited for spicing up steamed veggies or stir-fry.   My mom used to make a white sauce for cauliflower with lots of dill in it–very close to heaven on earth.  Plant prefers full sun and regular garden soil.  Easy to sow directly in the garden in the early spring.

Packet contains 200 seeds
10 g contains ~7,000 seed

Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Question

    Dustin Bryant

    Richo, when dill flowers and some turn brown, can you cut it down to allow it regrow?

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      Richo Cech

      hi dustin, that usually means they’re going to seed, and yes, you can cut them back and get more leaf that way. or let them go to seed and use the seeds in pickles, etc and also to save and plant next year. r

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