Approximately 500-800 seeds per gram Lot# DL03000 Anthenum graveolens Bouquet Dill grows to 75-90 cm (30-36") tall, and produces delicate, dark-green ferny foliage and yellow, large, umbel-shaped flowers that average 15 cm (6") wide. It is an early maturing variety. It is easy to grow and tolerant of most conditions, requiring little maintenance. Dill provides a great beneficial-insect habitat in the garden and can reseed prolifically. Dill is used in many pickling recipes as well as in seafood, soups, sauces, and potatoes.
Sow seeds directly after the last frost, or sow in June when cucumbers are transplanted, to coincide maturity for pickling. Dill tends to bolt if transplanted, so it is best direct sown. Stagger your harvest by sowing every 2-3 weeks for a constant supply of fresh leaves. Sow seeds no more than 5 mm (⅛ - ¼") deep in rows 45 cm (18") apart. Thin the plants to stand at least 15 cm (6") apart. Sow seeds directly after the last frost. Dill has a naturally low germination rate; 60% is typical. Seeds can be started indoors 4-6 weeks before the last frost, but dill does not like to be transplanted. It is best left alone once established.
Soil Conditions: Well worked loose soil. Dill grows well in rich, well-drained soils, but can grow in very marginal soils. It prefers full sun and heavy water.
Planting Depth: 5 mm (1/8″-1/4”)
Germination: 7-21 Days (Dill has a naturally low germination rate; 60% is typical) Temperature: 16-22 C (60-70 F)
Height At Maturity: 90-150 cm (3′-5′)
Days To Maturity: 55-70 Days
Additional Information Open pollinated-untreated seeds. Harvest leaves as soon as the plant is large enough. Gather flower umbels when most of the flowers have opened. Leave some flowers to develop into seed and harvest them when they have turned a brownish-tan.