Pickles, salad dressing, seafood, potatoes, and cucumbers: these are just a few of dill's culinary dance partners, making it a favorite in the herb garden. It's flavor is never better than when you pick it fresh from your garden. Another good reason to grow this graceful plant: The umbel of delicate yellow-green flowers attracts beneficial insects, from pest-eating wasps to colorful butterflies. Dill requires at least 1 inch of water per week. Start seed indoors in a sunny location 2 weeks prior to warm weather. Seed can be sown directly into garden when soil is warm. Transplant outdoors in full sun when seedlings display 4-6 leaves and weather is warm. Zones 3-10
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Dill is a great herb for salads, seafood, potatoes and casseroles
Can be grown indoors
Great with any Cuisine
Good fresh as a dried herb
Easy to Grow and Harvest