1″ plug

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45 days to leaf harvest, 90-120 days to seed.

Dill’s feathery, blue-green foliage is a favorite flavoring in potato salad, salad dressings, and of course, pickles! The large blooms make great cut flowers. The flowers are also edible and create a lovely garnish.

Bees and butterflies love dill, too! Dill is a host plant for swallowtail butterfly caterpillars. A short-lived annual, dill will often re-seed. Multiple seedlings in each pot.

To transplant, thoroughly wet the biodegradable pot, then break into chunks. Plant each chunk in soil about 6” apart. This gives the seedlings more room to grow, for a bigger harvest. Make sure the rim of the biodegradable pot is not sticking up above the soil, or it will wick moisture away from the plant roots – either bury the rim, or tear it off.