Dill Mammoth Seeds
Info: This large dill has aromatic flowers, seeds, and foliage. Mammoth Dill`s very large flower heads can produce almost a cup of seed per head! This tasty herb is also a wonderful garden companion as it is highly attractive to many beneficial insects. Dill is used as a spice in salads, soups, stews, dips and sauces, especially for fish dishes, and for pickling gherkins.
Sowing & cultivation: Sow seeds outdoors early in the spring (March / April) when the ground has warmed. Simply spread widely between other plants. Do not transplant. Dill prefers a nutrient-rich, well-drained soil and a sheltered, sunny location out of the wind. Self-seeding annual.
|Botanical name||Anethum graveolens|
|Sowing||from March/April outdoors|
|Location||sunny, free-draining, nutrient-rich soil|
|Harvesting||from 15 cm size|