Dill (Anethum graveolens) Buddy Pack


Dill will keep spider mites away from your weed and make you a star in the kitchen. Easy to grow and a good companion to most plants.

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Dill is your insect repellant in the garden and super spice secret weapon in the kitchen


Dill (Anethum graveolens) is a delicate flowering herb that is related to carrots and fennel. Make sure you don't plant Dill near either plant as they can cross pollinate and wreck next year's seeds. Apart from that simple caution dill is easy to grow and is an ideal companion plant for many other species including cannabis.

A favourite in potato or egg salads it adds a special flavour to anything creamy. Try it in your next au gratin, bechamel or sauce blanche to take them to another level of tasty. Really, friends and family will want to know the secret to your new found culinary prowess the effects of this humble herb are so noticeable. But very subtle. A Dill is also Australian slang for a silly person. Knocks bong over, "You big dill".

In your garden Dill attracts beneficial creatures like honeybees and hoverflies, Ichneumonid wasps and other beneficial wasps. Swallowtail butterfly caterpillars love dill and will preferably nibble there rather than your baby girls, so dill is a great deterrent. Dill is an effective repellant for aphids, cabbage looper, squash bugs and importantly where cannabis is concerned, spider mites.

Not a big fan of being potted on, plant your dill seeds directly into their permanent home. Sprinkling on and raking in and a splash of aqua is all that is required in late spring or early summer. If you let your dill go to seed and naturally cast then fresh dill will pop up every year in a spot that it prefers.

CONTENTS: 0.25 grams

Dill (Anethum graveolens) Buddy Pack data sheet
Botanical Name Anethum graveolens
Suitable For Outside
Plant Type Herb
Location In pot, In soil
Watering Schedule A little
Amount of Sun Full sun, Partial sun
Required Space 30x15
Advised Technique Thin out
Seed Depth 0.2cm
Outdoor sowing period April, May, June, July
Harvest period July, August, September
Uses Edible, Companion plant, Fragrant, Tea, Bees, Insects
Poisonous No
Frost Resistant No
Lifespan Annual

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    V. A.

    Very good
    Really good seeds, fast germination and growth. Suggested

    M. R.

    My order arrived in good time and the seeds are sprouting well out my back yard in May, I look forward to tasting them in the coming months.

    G. B.

    Des petites grainé visiblement pressés germé. Elles sont encore bébé donc je peut pas en dire plus pour le moment

    K. V.

    Хорошая всхожесть семян укроп за 1 евро )) очень мило и можно вырастить на кухне !

    I. K.

    Buddy Packs
    Super !!!

    T. F.

    Belle souche d'aneth
    J'ai commande cet souche d'aneth qui a pousser super vite ! Consommées avec du saumon fumées c'étais super délicieux. L'aneth continue de bien pousser et a deja atteinte 30cm !!!

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