Fernleaf Dill is dwarf variety that produces an abundance of slow bolting leaves that make excellent additions to salads, sauces, with fish, eggs, rice, and lamb dishes. Dill is especially easy to grow, attracts beneficial insects and is a host plant for Swallowtail butterflies. It can be grown indoors next to a south facing window in a very deep pot. Indoor plants should be watered just as the potting mix starts to dry.
Fernleaf Dill Plant Care Instructions: Dill can be harvested throughout the season. It is best to take stems from the top of the plants first. Harvest no more than 1/3 of the plant at a time. Seed heads should not be allowed to develop. Plants can be cut back to the ground after the first frost. Dill does not survive the winter; however, it sometime self-seeds and sprouts will appear in the spring.
Dill Companion Plants: Asparagus, Basil, Lettuce
We grow our Fernleaf Dill Plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving!