Dill, Anethum graveloens


Annual, self-seeding plant with feathery green leaves. Flower heads appear late in season and produce seed. Leaves and seeds are commonly used in soups, stews, sauces, and for pickling. Dill is easy to grow and attracts beneficial insects to your garden, such as wasps and other predatory insects. Butterflies often land on the wide flower heads; dill is a favorite host of anise swallowtails, providing food for young caterpillars. 50 seeds/2.50, 1/4 oz./7.00, 1/2 oz/12.00.