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Dill is an easy-to-grow and popular herb. Both dill seeds and greens (also known as dill weed) can flavor a wide range of foods — a popular addition to sauces, and a must for making pickles. Slow-bolting dill varieties are ideal for bunching and leaf harvest. Johnny's offers high-yielding dill varieties, including varieties suited for container gardening and hydroponic production.
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Thalia Dill
Slow-bolting dill for bunching and leaf harvest.
New! Slow-bolting dill for bunching and leaf harvest.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 95-105 to seed
The most widely-grown variety, with good leaf, flower and seed yields.
Most widely grown. Good seed and leaf yields.
40-45 to leaf harvest; 85-105 to seed
For field, container, and hydroponic production.
For field, container, and hydroponic production.
45-55 to leaf harvest; 95-115 to seed
Standard bunching dill.
Standard bunching dill.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 90-100 to seed
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Fernleaf Herbs for Salad Mix
Slow-bolting dwarf dill for containers, with high leaf yields.
Slow-bolting dwarf dill.
55-60 to leaf harvest; 95-115 to seed
Standard bunching dill.
Standard bunching dill.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 90-100 to seed
The preferred dill for cut flower use and pickling.
Most widely grown. Good seed and leaf yields.
40-45 to leaf harvest; 85-105 to seed
Standard bunching variety that bolts more slowly than Bouquet.
Slower bolting than Bouquet.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 90-100 to seed
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