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3 Organic Fernleaf Dill Plants Vegetables
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3 Organic Fernleaf Dill Plants Vegetables

3 Organic Fernleaf Dill Plants

SKU: VEG0014

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The ultimate herb to compliment fish
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The Highlights

    • Strong, distinctive taste likened to a mix of fennel, celery and anise
    • Perfect to season and garnish fish dishes
    • Beautiful yellow flowers during the summer
    • Absolute magnet for pollinating insects
    • Dwarf variety–only grows to 45cm high

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Easy to grow
Perfect for Pots

Care Guide

Good Pest and Disease Resistance

Dill can have issues with slugs and snails and greenfly whilst they are seedlings. For slugs and snails you should keep the area around the plants debris free and as dry as possible during the night as slugs and snails love moist conditions. You can also form a barrier around your plants using crushed egg shells or copper wire which should deter slugs and snails. For Aphids, monitor the leaves and stem for any signs of aphids and, if you see them, pick them away with your hand and then spray the infested are with soapy water.MORE

Water Regularly

Full SunMORE

Full Sun

Dill will need 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day.MORE

Fertile, Well-Draining

A good-mix to use is three parts quality compost to one part topsoil.MORE

Not required

Don't worry, you food bills won't be going up! This plant requires no feeding.MORE

Not Required

Put the tools down! No pruning required.MORE

Know Your Plant

Supplied as:

3 Plug Plants
Plug plants are small seedlings that allows you to skip the germination process involved in having to sow from seed.

Height on arrival:

5-15cm

Eventual height:

45cm

Eventual spread:

25cm

Tasting notes:

Warm, intense flavour like a mix of celery, fennel and anise

Time to first crop:

6-8 weeks
Dill leaves are best harvested before it begins to flower as energy and flavour is then directed into the seed-heads. You can of course eat the flowers and the seeds too.

Hardiness:

Hardy
Will cope fine throughout most British conditions.

Uses:

Seasoning, Garnish, Soups, Salads

Rootstock:

Spacing:

30-40cm