Botanical Name: Anethum graveolens
Both the feathery leaves and seeds can be used in the kitchen to impart an aromatic sweetness to a wide variety of dishes. Attractive used as border edging or in pots. Culinary: Use the leaves to flavour fish dishes, especially Salmon, for which it is unbeatable, vegetables, potatoes, sauces and mustards. Add just before cooking is complete. Use the seeds in pickling and to flavourcoleslaw, white meats and stews.
We hope you enjoy these dill seeds, just another great example of herb seeds from Mr Fothergill’s!
How To Grow
Sow 0.5in (1.5cm) deep in the growing position in a sunny and sheltered spot. Can be sown indoors all year round as windowsill herbs.
Harvest: All year round as required.
When To Plant
South Island: Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
North Island: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov, Dec