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Bouquet Dill

Description

Tall, lanky annual with umbrella shaped yellow flower heads. When the first seeds fall, harvest the whole head and finish ripening it in a paper bag. The seeds shake free when they are fully ripe. Store in an airtight container. A host plant for Swallowtail Caterpillars.

Growth

Lanky to height of 3 feet

 

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Annual

Uses

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces.

Hercules Dill

Description

A very tall, extremely prolific dill with high yields of fresh dill leaves and seeds. Very uniform. Hercules usually blooms one week later than Superdukat.

Growth

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Annual

Uses

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces. Mix in cheeses, omelets,

Superdukat Dill

Description

The flower heads are uniform in height and the plant is straight and clean for easier harvesting. Flowers later than Bouquet Dill.

Growth

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Annual

Uses

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces. Mix in cheeses, omelets,

Dill

Description

Tall, lanky annual with umbrella shaped yellow flower heads. When the first seeds fall, harvest the whole head and finish ripening it in a paper bag. The seeds shake free when they are fully ripe. Store in an airtight container. A host plant for Swallowtail Caterpillars.

Growth

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Annual

Uses

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried.

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