Has a delicate, feathery appearance and is a staple in any garden. Dill is an annual herb native to Russia, India and Iran with tall green, fluffy foliage. It produces small star-like yellow flowers and aromatic seeds. Dill leaves can be used fresh or dried in salads, meats, vegetable dishes and soups where its leaves and seeds are used as an herb or spice for flavouring food, vinegars and oils. It’s very easy to grow and thrives when planted near cabbages as it attracts pollinating bees. It requires basic care and prefers a deep well drained soil.
Perfect for large pots on terraces, balconies and courtyards.
May require staking and protection from winds because their stalks can be beaten down in high winds.