Dill with its tall feathery fronds is a delight in any garden and the go-to herb when looking to add flavour to fish and salads. Leaves, flowers, and seeds of this herb are edible, however, it's the leaves that provide the most benefit to the herb gardener.
HOW TO USE
- Plant directly into soil or start in a seedling tray from August to November, or from February to March.
- Space the seeds 30 cm between plants and 60cm between rows,
- Pick as needed and remove flower heads to extend the harvest
- Approximately 25 seeds
- Anethum Graveolens
- GROW YOUR OWN
- Exclusively available at Woolies
These Heirloom Vegetable Seeds have been saved and maintained through generations from varieties that existed before 1950. Sean and Nicola Freeman of Livingseeds are the custodians of the largest vegetable heirloom collection in South Africa.
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