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Dill graveolens Fernleaf

  • »  Grown for its seeds and foliage, dill has a strong flavor used often with fish, lamb, potatoes and peas
  • »  Great variety for use in pickling, too

Ball Landscape

Great for home pickling and canning. Grows vigorously in fertile, well-drained soil kept evenly moist. Harvest while young for delicate flavor.

Exposure
Full Sun
Foliage Color
Green
Habit
Mounding
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Fall
Spring
Soil Moisture
Average Water
Additional Information about Dill graveolens 'Fernleaf'

Days from transplant to harvest:28

  • Perfect for patio planters dwarf, compact plants don't need staking and won't topple over.
  • Can also be grown in-ground and used for traditional culinary purposes.
  • Late flowering allows for a long harvest season and extended ornamental period.

Best for: Fresh Market Field, Fresh Market Hydroponic, Home Garden In-ground, Home Garden Container The perfect patio container dill, and it's an All-America Selections Winner! Unlike taller, "floppy" varieties, these dwarf, compact plants do not need staking and won't topple over. Plus, the later flowering and lush, dark green leaves give you plants that look great all season long. Available as organic.

Growing & Maintenance Tips for Dill graveolens 'Fernleaf'

Great texture and scent for herb gardens and mixed containers.
Compact plants don't need staking and won't topple over.
For fresh dill, remove the leaves just as theplant flowers.
To encourage seed production, allow the flowers to form and go to seed.
Days to harvest: 28
Check the plant tag for more care tips. Little fertilization required.
Bloom Time: Summer, Late Summer