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!
Learn how adding a variety of plant materials to your floral menu — ornamental grasses, herbs, berries, and structurally unique vegetables — can help create more distinctive, fragrant, and elegant dried-flower arrangements.
An illustrated reference to edible flower bloom size, flavor profile, suggested uses, and variety recommendations from Johnny's flower research and trialing team.
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!
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.
Use this chart of recommended standard timing intervals for succession-planting Johnny's herb crops. Lists seeding intervals and tips for herb crops most amenable to succession planting.
What sustainable farming methods are flower farmers using? Each of these 6 growers has a different story, with farm location, size, and scale and crop specialties varying widely.
'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.