Show off your homemade dip at the next party, complete with homegrown dill. Fernleaf Dill is a creative addition to mixed annual pots, and because this is a compact variety, it'll fit into a smaller spot. The feathery fernleaf form is beautiful, too. We've got it in our butterfly-attracting annual collection because swallowtails especially love its yellow blooms. The flower heads also dry well—a unique, airy touch to a dried arrangement. It's easy to grow, and can even be added to a woodland garden. Anethum graveolens
You may also like: Fernleaf Dill is featured alongside other butterfly-attracting annuals in our Bring on the Butterflies Annual Collection.
16 - 18 inches
10 - 12 inches
10 - 12 inches
Dill likes to be planted in cool weather. Transplant outdoors as soon as danger of frost has passed in spring.
Not winter hardy.
Finely divided, fern like foliage.
Keep plants trimmed if you don't want it to go to seed. You can dry any unused fresh leaves and use later. Any time.
Well drained, humus enriched soil.
Plants appreciate consistent soil moissture. Do not allow to dry out.
Don't' plant near caraway, fennel or angelica. Dill tends to struggle when planted near strong herbs.
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When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
|2019 Spring Shipping Schedule
||4/29/19 - 6/7/19
||4/1/19 - 6/7/19
|Last Order Date
||June 3rd, 2019