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Organic Dill Seeds
Popularized by flavoring cucumbers into dill pickles, dill leaves are excellent used in soups, salads, fish dishes, cottage cheese, potato salads, sour cream, and scrambled eggs.
Dill Seeds (Organic) - Bouquet Anethum graveolenssold outUSDA organic
Anethum graveolensAs low as $3.50 per package
- Annual; Grows up to 48 Inches
- Popular uses include: Culinary
- Commonly used in pickling
Sow dill seeds in early spring in a sunny spot with warm soil. Cultivate frequently to promote further growth. In midsummer when the plants go to seed, cut the ripening seed heads and dry on sheets. Thresh lightly to remove seeds and store in paper or cotton sacks for culinary uses or for next year"s garden! Our Dill Seeds are on sale, by the packet or in bulk!