Bouquet dill is one of the most widely grown varieties of dill. The large plants produce leaves for a short time and then flower with a beautiful display of yellow flowers that can be used in potato salad or as a garnish. The flower heads then produce seeds which can be used for pickling.
Adaptable to a wide range of soils but prefers light soil with good organic matter content.
Dill prefers the cool weather of spring and fall. Transplant seedlings in late spring being careful to not disturb the roots.
Dill can also be direct seeded into the garden in early spring.
Days to Maturity
45 to leaf, 100 to seed
Photo credit: High Mowing Organic Seeds