Fresh Dill Seeds, Herb Plant Bush - Cut Out, Bunch, Agriculture - Easy to Grow
It is a spicy annual plant nature, soon ripe and cold resistant. This variety is one of the best for growing on greenery, as it has a large leaf mass, the content of essential oil in which reaches 0.25%. It is removed for greenery in 30-40 days after the appearance of shoots. Yield of greenery is 2.5-3.5 kg/m2. High efficiency of cultivation is provided by winter sowing.
When to Plant Dill Dill seeds should be sown directly into the garden (dill puts down a taproot, so like carrots, it doesn’t transplant well) after the threat of frost has passed in the spring. See local frost dates. The soil temperature should be between 60 and 70ºF (15 and 21°C) for the best germination results. Seedlings should appear in 10 to 14 days. No People. Vegetable Garden. Plant dill every couple of weeks until mid summer to ensure a constant supply into fall.
How to Plant Dill Sow dill seeds about ¼-inch deep and 18 inches apart. After 10 to 14 days, young dill plants should appear in the soil. Wait another 10 to 14 days, then thin the plants to about 12 to 18 inches apart (if they aren’t already spaced well enough).