Dill

  Bouquet- the most widely grown dill for fresh eating, flowers and seed heads. Bouquet is an early maturing variety, producing seed heads well ahead of others and right in time for summer pickles.

  Fernleaf- bushy, compact plant with dark green foliage.  Great with fish, eggs and salads. Slower to bolt than other varieties.

   Greensleeves- a compact dill that is better known for its leaf production than seed production. Very flavorful and easy to grow. Will not bolt as quickly as other dills. An excellent variety for containers. Pleasantly sweet eaten fresh or dried.

  Superdukat- improved variety with higher essential oil content. Uniform height and easier to harvest. Seeds used in pickling.

  Teddy- compact, slow bolting dill with thick feathery leaves. Vibrant green leaves, very productive.

 

 
 
 
 
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