Dill Fernleaf – Item #1969


This distinctive dill grows much shorter than its tall cousin, but is used in the same ways. Seed heads are a must for pickling. Its fernlike foliage is used to flavor seafood, poultry, eggs, and salads. A prolific producer. It won an All America Selections award in 1992.

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SKU: 00000273 Categories: ,

Additional information

Weight .25 g
Dimensions .125 × 3.25 × 4.5 in

Planting & Harvesting

Seed Depth: 1/4″ (6mm)

Plant Space: 18″ (46cm)

Row Space: 24″ (61cm)

Sprouts In: 7-14 days

Sow in late spring in full sun and average soil, or anytime in warm climates. Starting indoors is not recommened; dill does not transplant well. Keep soil evenly moist until plants emerge.

Cut the leaves anytime as needed. For pickling, cut seed heads before yellow flowers appear. Allow flowers to produce seeds for dried use.

Additional Information

Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens

Matures In: 70 days

Type: annual

Attributes: AAS winner