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Dill Fernleaf Seed

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The Burpee Dill Fernleaf Seed can develop into an herb. The mature plant has dark green, finely divided leaves and possesses excellent dill flavor. The foliage, flower heads and seeds can be used to flavor salads, soups, stews and pickles. Fernleaf dill is an annual.
  • Dwarf dill plants can be used to add flavor to salads, soups, stews and pickles
  • Designed to grow in sunny areas
  • 10 - 21 day germination period
  • Can be harvested after approximately 12 weeks
  • Plant 10 in. apart
  • Can grow up to 18 in.
  • Compact, base-branching plants provide an extended cutting season and are slow to go to seed
  • Annual



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.01 LB-Pound
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Herb Seed Type
Landscape Supply Type
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Plant / Seed Spacing (in.)
10 in
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Fernleaf dill must be planted in place if you want it to be truly successful. It is difficult to ...
Fernleaf dill must be planted in place if you want it to be truly successful. It is difficult to transplant dill because it's spindly, albeit not impossible. I nipped my buds a bit too early and harvested to aggressively and killed my last remaining dill plant before the flowers could finish going to seed. It's an annual. So I bought these seeds to supplement my dill container plant area just in case. I also bought a transplant. I planted both at the same time. The Burpee seeds germinated in less than a week at what I would estimate as 85-90%. I lightly watered every other day in 4 hours direct sunlight in 92 degree south Florida sunshine. The sprouts are nearly as tall as the transplants already. Amazing seeds. I will have to thin them because they sprouted so well. I highly recommend them.
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