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Beyond Blossoms | Expanding & Diversifying Your Dried Floral Menu
Learn how adding a variety of plant materials to your floral menu, including ornamental grasses, berries, and unique vegetables, can help to create more distinctive, fragrant, and elegant dried-flower arrangements. Floriculture design tips from the Flower People at Johnny's Selected Seeds. Read More
Johnny's Edible Flower Guide | Printable 4-pp Brochure (PDF)
An illustrated reference to edible flower bloom size, flavor profile, suggested uses, and variety recommendations from Johnny's flower research and trialing team. Read More
Video: 'Teddy' Dill | Compact, lush, fast-growing & vigorous
'Teddy' is a unique and versatile dill variety, well-suited for either field or container/pot production. Productive, slow-to-bolt plants have a unique, dense, three-dimensional form, with compact spirals of thick leaflets of flavorful, aromatic dill. 'Teddy' is fast-growing, productive, and both compact enough for container or pot production as well as vigorous enough for field production. Read More
Key Growing Information
Dill | Key Growing Information
Written by our research team, this reference contains the essential information for growing dill herb from seed: direct-sowing or transplanting, light and soil preferences, plant spacing, harvesting leaves and seeds. Read more for a successful harvest! Read More
Getting Started in Cut-Flowers | Top 15 Cuts
For experienced vegetable farmers looking to expand into commercial cut-flower production, as well as the more casual — yet entrepreneurial — gardener exploring ways to create a tidy income stream on the side, these personal narratives from expert farmers around the nation introduce our top-15 choices for getting started in cut flowers. Remember to take notes as you create your seed lists! Read More
Just Add Flowers | An Introduction to Companion Planting for Vegetable & Herb Gardeners
Vegetable gardening experts make their case for planting flowers in among your vegetables and herbs — or vice versa — to improve overall garden health as well as yield. Read More
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