50 Days for Leaf
80 days for seed
History shows it being used since the days of the Ancient Greeks for anything from culinary recipes to medicinal uses. This variety will grow to 2-3′ tall and is one of the most savory and early producing of all the Dills. This enticingly aromatic herb and seed is great for pickling and in all kinds of recipes from potatoes to soups, sauces and salad dressings.
Sow Seeds 1/8″ deep, 4″ apart in full sun, when ground is warm and all chance of frost has past. For a continual harvest sow seed every couple weeks. Harvest seed heads when they turn a golden brown.