Scientific Name: Anethum graveolens Common Name: Dill, Annual Herb Hardiness Degree: 32°F (0.0°C) Blooming Season: Summer, Late Summer Plant Habit: Upright Characteristics: Colorful/Attractive Foliage, Fragrant Flowers, Scented Foliage, Heat Tolerant, Low Maintenance
Fertilize: Once a month
Spacing: 10 – 14″ (25 – 36cm) Height: 12 – 15″ (30 – 38cm) Width: 10 – 12″ (25 – 30cm) Exposure: Sun
General Information: Grown for its seeds and foliage, dill has a strong flavor used often with fish, lamb, potatoes and peas. Great variety for use in pickling, too.
Herb Type : Fernleaf Plant Habit : Compact, mounded Color : Medium Green Suited For : Fresh cut, hydroponic, pot Days to maturity from transplant : 28 Production Method : Field, Hydroponic
- Perfect for patio planters – dwarf, compact plants don’t need staking and won’t topple over.
- Can also be grown in-ground and used for traditional culinary purposes.
- Late flowering allows for a long harvest season and extended ornamental period.
- All-America Selections National Winner.