Dill Diana

(Anethum graveolens) – An heirloom dill with feathery blue-green leaves and a fine aromatic scent that is delicious in green salads, eggs, potatoes or rice. Seeds are used in pickling. Blossoms bring butterflies to the garden. Good variety as it is slow bolting.


Dill DianaCullinary Herb | Anethum, graveolens
Chef’s PickAromatic plant with feathery green leaves and wispy yellow flowers. Adds a soft, delicate texture to surroundings.

HOW TO USE: A must for every herb garden! Leaves and crushed seeds can be used to flavor bread, butter, sour cream, fish, meats, vegetables and pickled foods.

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