Dill gives bland foods a bunch of flavour: home pickled veggies, pan-fried fish, potato salad.

The herb is a fairly forgiving plant once it gets out of the seedling phase.

You want to place dill in full sunlight. Ideally, the soil should be somewhere in the 5.5-6.5 ph range, moist and well-drained.

Dill plants can grow tall and don’t have rigid stems so you should tie them to a support as they grow and plant somewhere that’s sheltered from the wind.

If you want more leaves, pinch off the flowers. Dill will go to seed easily and provide you with plenty for your future seeding or for winter flavouring.

You can use dill plants at any stage for spicing: leaves, flowers, seeds.


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