A Dill variety bred for its tall and sturdy stems, making this an all-round excellent plant for the border, the herb garden and for filling flower bouquets. Plants have aromatic and feathery blue-green leaves and yellow umbels of flowers in summer, from July to September. They grow to a height of 80-100cm. Dill attracts lots of pollinators into the garden.
Plants grow best in full sun and well-drained soils. Pick the leaves for cooking, which are at their best up to flowering. Allow some plants to develop flowers for your borders and for filling vases with fresh or dried flowers. And allow some flowers to set seed, as the seeds can be dried and used for cooking.
Pack of 1g (approx 600) seeds. Sow the seeds directly into the ground in spring. Seeds can also be direct sown into the ground in warmer southern and western gardens. Plants are cold tolerant to about -10°C. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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