Dill Fernleaf Herb Seeds

Dill Fernleaf

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Fernleaf dill offers a compact option for home gardeners interested in growing dill as an herb -- it grows 12 to 18 inches tall, shorter than other dill varieties and much easier to manage in a smaller space.

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Dill Fernleaf Herb Seeds

Fernleaf dill offers a compact option for home gardeners interested in growing dill as an herb -- it grows 12 to 18 inches tall, shorter than other dill varieties and much easier to manage in a smaller space.

Dill is a versatile plant grown for both seeds and its fern-like foliage. The leaves, flowers and seeds are used for flavouring soups and stews, grilled and boiled fish, lamb, potatoes, rice and vinegar. The leaves have a mild aniseed aroma and flavour, although not as strong as fennel. Dill seeds are a noted Indian spice and are often used in curries, bread, soup and salad dressings.

Common Questions

How do you grow Dill Fernleaf herbs from seed? Sow your Dill Fernleaf in spring after the dangers of frost has passed. Sow 1/4 inch deep and lightly cover with fine soil keeping it evenly moist during germination. Your Dill Fernleaf seedlings will begin to emerge after 10 to 21 days.

What is eating my Dill Fernleaf plants? Not many pests or insects can tolerate dill, it isn't affected easily by diseases either. Aphids can sometimes infest and attack your Dill by sucking the sap out from the stems.

Dill Fernleaf Details

Sun
Partial
Average Germination Time
7 - 14 Days
Days to Maturity
75 - 95 Days
Grow in Greenhouse
Optional for Early Crop
Packet Seed Count
200
Recommended Soil pH
5.6-6.6
Suited for small space growing
Yes
Kitchen Garden / Windowsill
Yes
 

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