Seed Type: Non-hybrid, Open Pollinated & Non-GMO
Plant Character: Tiny yellow flowers and green leaves on a plant that grows up to 2 to 3 feet in height
Leaf Character:Branching stems with tiny soft fiber-like leaves
Cuttings: Branches are very delicate and should be cut along with the stalk carefully
Uses: Suggested to flavourful use in pickles, dips, potato-based recipes, soups, sauces, and bread
May to August
Plant to Plant - 8 to 10 inches
- Days to
60 to 70 days
Sow Dill seeds about 2-3 inches deep in rich soil. The temperature of the soil must range between 22 to 28°C(71 to 84°F).
Dill is not the best plant to be grown after transplanting. So it is suggested to directly sow the seeds fresh in the garden in early summer with protection from too strong winds.
Dill also requires regular trimming and plenty of natural sunlight. Remember not to plant Dill seeds near fennel or carrots.
Dill can be a great companion plant for cabbage or onion. Seeds will germinate with 15 to 20 days depending on the soil temperature.
Pests & Diseases
Whiteflies, aphids, spider mites, and thrips are some of the common pests that can affect peppermint plant.
Use well-drained & moist soil with pH ranging between 6 to 7.
Pick a sunny spot for Dill in pots, containers or raised gardens and allow the plant to receive plenty of natural light.
Until germination, Peppermint plant thrives at a high temperature ranging between 22 to 25 °C(71 to 77°F) and after root development, the temperatures can be lowered to 19 to 24°C(65 to 75°F)
All varieties of mint including peppermint prefer adequately moist growing medium. Watering frequency depends upon the surrounding growing conditions. For example, in case the seeds are sown in a dry area, watering every day is recommended. You can figure out the required watering frequency by checking the quality of potting soil.
how to harvest
The best way to use dill is to use fresh dill leaves and flowers directly from the gardens.
Harvest dill in the mornings for better flavors and to minimize the loss due to shattering
You can also dry or microwave dill herb for longer shelf life.
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