Square 3.5" pot
There is nothing that compares to the fresh delicate taste of dill picked fresh from the herb garden. Airy fine leaves on long stems that grow tall and straight making a beautiful appearance in your herb garden. Add it to soups (especially chicken) breads, chicken and seafood dishes, on summer sandwiches, and of course in the making of dill pickles. The yellow flat flowers that appear are delightful uses in pickles along with the dill seed they produce. Once dill sets flowers it is going to seed and it’s life is soon over. Therefore to keep an abundance throughout the summer dill should be planted consecutively every three to four weeks or so. The flowers heads are beautiful and add great scent to a bouquet.