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DILL

Anethum graveolens sp.

BOUQUET DILL                                                                                 HERCULES DILL

Description:

A very tall, extremely prolific dill with high yields of fresh dill leaves and seeds.   Very uniform. Hercules usually blooms one week later than Superdukat.

Growth:

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light:

Full sun

Hardiness:

Annual

Uses:

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions:

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces. Mix in cheeses, omelets,

Description:

Tall, lanky annual with umbrella shaped yellow flower heads. When the first seeds fall, harvest the whole head and finish ripening it in a paper bag. The seeds shake free when they are fully ripe. Store in an airtight container. A host plant for Swallowtail Caterpillars.

Growth:

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light:

Full sun

Hardiness:

Annual

Uses:

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions:

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPERDUKAT DILL                                                                          DILL

Description:

Tall, lanky annual with umbrella shaped yellow flower heads. When the first seeds fall, harvest the whole head and finish ripening it in a paper bag. The seeds shake free when they are fully ripe. Store in an airtight container. A host plant for Swallowtail Caterpillars.

Growth:

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light:

Full sun.

Hardiness:

Annual.

Uses:

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions:

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried.

Description:

The flower heads are uniform in height and the plant is straight and clean for easier harvesting. Flowers later than Bouquet Dill.

Growth:

Lanky to height of 3 feet

Light:

Full sun

Hardiness:

Annual

Uses:

Butterfly plant, culinary, medicinal

Suggestions:

Best known for its use in pickling. Goes well with seafood. Leaves provide mild dill flavor. Seeds are collected and dried. Popular addition to sauces. Mix in cheeses, omelets, 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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