Care and Planting Instructions

Plant in the spring after all danger of frost has passed in a location that will receive full sun to partial shade. Space plants 4″ apart in poor to average soil that is well-drained. Drought tolerant.

Grows well in containers or mixed pots. Plant height 24-36″. Attracts predatory insects to the garden.

Dill (Common)
anethum graveolens

Dill is a tall, feathery plant with distinctive yellow blooms. It grows well in most conditions and is especially liked by gardeners because both its leaves and blooms are useful. The blooms are most well-known for pickling, and dill leaves taste delicious added to fish, potato soup, eggs and vegetable dishes. When added with yogurt and cucumbers, Dill makes an excellent Greek dipping sauce. Readily self-sows.