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DILL-MAMMOTH

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DILL (Anthum graveolens) This large cultivar of Dill is grown primarily for the seeds. It produces a very large quantity of deliciously flavoured aromatic seeds for use in many culinary dishes. It is a great way to flavour pickles and preserved garden produce. It is a tall (1 m) plant that attracts beneficial insects and butterflys and is a comp

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DILL (Anthum graveolens) This large cultivar of Dill is grown primarily for the seeds. It produces a very large quantity of deliciously flavoured aromatic seeds for use in many culinary dishes. It is a great way to flavour pickles and preserved garden produce. It is a tall (1 m) plant that attracts beneficial insects and butterflys and is a companion for cabbages. Used for herbal purposes A herb garden without dill is almost unthinkable, it is so versatile in cooking and is easy to grow, that it is an ideal choice for any garden. The plant has wispy, feathery leaves, and in midsummer puts out tiny, highly aromatic yellow blooms arranged in clusters. Dill looks very attractive when planted against a backdrop of marigolds and has an advantage of attracting insect that are beneficial to the garden. You can use the leaves, flowers and seeds for culinary purposes. Dill flowers look very pretty when used as a filler in floral arrangements. Seeds can be used in soups, fish dishes, pickles, dill butter and bread. The leaves can be boiled with new potatoes and added to egg an salmon dishes. Dill is particularly compatible with fish. Growing dill in the garden is very easy. It is also great for companion planting with cabbages as it attract insect that prey on aphids. Avoid overplanting and ensure it has good soil. plant. Direct sow seeds 2mm deep in spring to early autumn into well prepared soil, enriched with plenty of organic matter. Space plants 25cm apart. Liquid fertilise every two to three weeks Packet 1.5 grams (approx. 800 Seeds)

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