Log-in
Bouquet Dill

Bouquet Dill

Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens

$3.95
- +

# of seeds per packet: 200

Description

50 days (leaf harvest), 100 days (seed). Bouquet dill has edible leaves, flowers, and seeds. It is easy to start from seed and grows quickly, making it an easy choice for an herb garden. It can be grown tucked away in any corner and also works well in a pot. Use the fresh leaves (aka “dill weed”) as a garnish and in salads, or dry them for later. From cucumbers to beans, dill is a standard ingredient in our farm pickled ferments. Erica’s sister Kelly makes a yummy cucumber salad with yogurt, dill, and salt – so refreshing on a hot summer day! Mature plants are 56” tall. Dill easily re-seeds in the garden. Bouquet is our substitute for Jen's Dill which it is very similar to.

Growing

Growing Instructions (for USDA Zone 5b):

 Dill is frost sensitive. It is easily started outside directly into garden soil. Sow the seeds around May 20th, 3” apart. For a constant supply of leaves, sow seeds again one month later. Days to germination: 7-20. 

Harvest: .

 Harvest leaves anytime or cut entire plants. For seeds, wait until the seeds are ripe. 

Seed Saving Instructions (for gardeners):

 Dill is an easy seed saving crop. It is insect pollinated and cross-pollinated but will only cross with other dill. Remove early bolting plants. Let the rest of the plants flower and collect the mature seeds. 

 
Bouquet Dill [[start tab]]

Description

50 days (leaf harvest), 100 days (seed). Bouquet dill has edible leaves, flowers, and seeds. It is easy to start from seed and grows quickly, making it an easy choice for an herb garden. It can be grown tucked away in any corner and also works well in a pot. Use the fresh leaves (aka “dill weed”) as a garnish and in salads, or dry them for later. From cucumbers to beans, dill is a standard ingredient in our farm pickled ferments. Erica’s sister Kelly makes a yummy cucumber salad with yogurt, dill, and salt – so refreshing on a hot summer day! Mature plants are 56” tall. Dill easily re-seeds in the garden. Bouquet is our substitute for Jen's Dill which it is very similar to.

[[end tab]] [[start tab]]

Growing

Growing Instructions (for USDA Zone 5b):

 Dill is frost sensitive. It is easily started outside directly into garden soil. Sow the seeds around May 20th, 3” apart. For a constant supply of leaves, sow seeds again one month later. Days to germination: 7-20. 

Harvest: .

 Harvest leaves anytime or cut entire plants. For seeds, wait until the seeds are ripe. 

Seed Saving Instructions (for gardeners):

 Dill is an easy seed saving crop. It is insect pollinated and cross-pollinated but will only cross with other dill. Remove early bolting plants. Let the rest of the plants flower and collect the mature seeds. 

[[end tab]] 
$3.95 In Stock
Scroll to top