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DeBaggio's Herb Farm & Nursery
43494 Mountain View Drive
Chantilly, VA 20152
703 327 6976
www.debaggioherbs.com
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Dill.

Anethum graveolens 'Bouquet'. Short-lived annual, hardy to 29°F. Dill is as much misunderstood as cilantro. It has two distinct growth patterns, one vegetative and the other flowering. During early growth, fragrant leaves are produced; harvests should be frequent. Dill's vegetative period lasts 40 to 60 days. During this early period, leaves are produced rapidly and should be harvested often. Once the central flower stalk rises, leaf production ends and seeds are produced. For continuous leaf production succession planting is necessary. My father's favorite way to use dill is to mince leaves and mix them with boiled new potatoes, chopped onions, vinegar, and olive oil. Leaves and seeds are used with other vegetables, beef, eggs, fish and in sauces.

Dill.

Anethum graveolens 'Fernleaf'. Dwarf plant that is good for pots; slower to make seed. Dill's vegetative period lasts 40 to 60 days. During this early period, leaves are produced rapidly and should be harvested often. Once the central flower stalk rises, leaf production ends and seeds are produced. For continuous leaf production succession planting is necessary.

  • Thomas DeBaggio
    (1942-2011)