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The leaves and seeds of dill perk up everything from soup to pickles. The flower heads of dill are one of the very best nectar sources for beneficial insects in the garden. For use in dill pickles plant dill one week before cucumbers and then plant again several times for a continuous supply all summer.
Compactl plants grow 75-90cm (30-36") tall, and are full of flavour. This variety is particularly good for bunching for the market table, and works well in containers or smaller herb gardens. Bouquet has large seed heads and large seeds. All dill varieties are attractive to wasps that control the Small White butterfly.
HR1086 A (0.5g) approximately 279 seeds
HR1086 B (2g) approximately 1116 seeds
HR1086 C (25g) approximately 13950 seeds
HR1086 D (100g) approximately 55800 seeds
HR1086 E (500g) approximately 279000 seeds
Dukat offers a particularly fine bouquet and flavour. The darker-than-usual leaves are excellent fresh or dried. Exceptionally large seed heads. Dukat is the variety to grow for homemade dill pickles, and can be grown in a large container in full sun.
HR1077 A (1g) approximately 566 seeds
HR1077 B (5g) approximately 2830 seeds
HR1077 C (25g) approximately 14150 seeds
HR1077 D (100g) approximately 56600 seeds
HR1077 E (500g) approximately 283000 seeds
A dwarf variety of dill, growing to only 30-45cm (12-18"), Fernleaf dill bears tidy, bright yellow umbels that quickly ripen into masses of seed. The foliage maintains its distinct aroma and goes very nicely with fish or can be used in dill pickles.
HR1081 A (0.25g) approximately 117 seeds
HR1081 B (5g) approximately 2340 seeds
HR1081 C (25g) approximately 11700 seeds
HR1081 D (100g) approximately 46800 seeds
HR1081 E (500g) approximately 234000 seeds
CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Especially high yielding and late flowering tetraploid type dill appropriate for open field growing, cut flowers, pickling, market tables, or casual use in the home garden.
HR1082 A (1g) approximately 1160 seeds
HR1082 B (5g) approximately 5800 seeds
HR1082 C (25g) approximately 29000 seeds
HR1082 D (100g) approximately 116000 seeds
HR1082 E (500g) approximately 580000 seeds
Feathery foliage on tall and vigorous dill plants that mature and form seed quickly from large umbels of yellow flowers. Sow Mammoth at the back of the herb or vegetable bed, as plants can reach 2m (6’) tall or more. Harvest the leaves as needed.
HR1085 A (2g) approximately 1240 seeds
HR1085 B (5g) approximately 3100 seeds
HR1085 C (25g) approximately 15500 seeds
HR1085 D (100g) approximately 62000 seeds
HR1085 E (500g) approximately 310000 seeds