HERB - DILL - 8000 seeds - 12.8 grams - Anethum Graveolens - INTENSIVE FRAGRANT

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller happygreenshop (76.256) 99.9%, Location: Londonderry, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 322025947380 About Us Shop Feedback Contact Welcome in Happy Green!We are honoured that you have visited our Happy Green Shop. We would like you to know that you came to the shop where we do our best to make sure of the highest standard of our products. All our seeds have phytosanitary certification and are laboratory proven to have high germination. On our auctions you will find description of all sort of seeds and instructions of seeding. All our seeds are packed in hermetically closed sachets, what increases their lifetime and quality. Sachets are food contact certified.All products are send in padded envelopes to make sure that their will arrive in excellent condition. We can assure you that all our seeds are fresh. If any of them are unsold during the season, they come back to manufacturer. And in new season we supply our shop with fresh seeds. We try to provide the highest quality for the lowest price. If you have any queries do not hesitate to contact our customer service team. We will be more than happy to help you and we hope to see you again soon. DescriptionAn essential ingredient in pickling, dill is also commonly added to soups, stews, and salad dressings. This easy-to-grow annual herb is not only beautiful, but it also attracts beneficial insects to the garden.Common dill grows to a height of about 3 feet; bouquet dill is a smaller variety that generally produces fewer seedheads. Dill does poorly when transplanted, so start the crop from seed in the garden. Plant 1 or 2 weeks before the last spring frost date if you want the seeds to mature when you are doing your first cucumber pickling.Might be easy cultivated on terrace or balcony.Sowing instruction.An essential ingredient in pickling, dill is also commonly added to soups, stews, and salad dressings. This easy-to-grow annual herb is not only beautiful, but it also attracts beneficial insects to the garden.Common dill grows to a height of about 3 feet; bouquet dill is a smaller variety that generally produces fewer seedheads. Dill does poorly when transplanted, so start the crop from seed in the garden. Plant 1 or 2 weeks before the last spring frost date if you want the seeds to mature when you are doing your first cucumber pickling.Something interestingDill plants are very spindly so you may have to stake the tallest plants to keep them from bending over in strong winds. Let seed mature on a few plants; if the soil is left undisturbed they will provide many new plants next season.You can start harvesting dill leaves -- often referred to as "dill weed" -- as soon as a plant has 4 to 5 leaves. If you have many plants, you can harvest entire stalks, or harvest a bit of weed from a number of plants. Snip the fern-like leaves from the plant with scissors or by pinching them off by hand. Delivery Contact us Payment Payment can be done by Paypal or banking transfer. - Condition: FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £4 . 100% EU STANDARD SEEDS - LAB TESTED

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