Dill, Bouquet 1 OZ.
Simple to grow and so many uses! Bouquet Dill should have a place in every kitchen garden, ready to use for pickling and to season egg dishes, pork, salmon, chicken noodle soup and more! Flowers also attract many pollinators. This annual is ready in 40-60 days.
Sow seeds outdoors — just below the soil surface — early in the spring when the ground has warmed. Thin seedlings 12- to 18-inches apart in rows or beds. Appreciates full sun and well drained, rather poor soil for best flavor.
Begin harvesting the fern-like leaves 8 to 10 weeks after planting. Cut close to the stem.