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Compatto Dill

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Anethum graveolens

This shorter dark green dill grows to 18-20" and was bred for growing in pots. Even if you have a large garden nearby wouldn't it be nice to have a pot of dill near the kitchen.  50 seeds

Compatto Dill

PLANTING

Annual

Germination: 10-14 days

Seed Planting Depth:Lightly cover to 1/8"

Starting Indoors/Outdoors: Sowing outdoors is best, in the spring when soil temps reach 60-65 degrees. Sow a few seeds every 1-2" , start harvesting when plants are a few inches, thinning plants  4-6" apart. Sow small rows every few weeks for a continuous harvest. For a head start you can start indoors 3-4 weeks before last frost using peat, cow, or paper pots( grows a delicate taproot, successful transplanting may be difficult) Provide 65-70 degrees soil temperatures. Transplant to 4-6" apart. Reseeds easily.

Light Needs:  Sun 

Soil Needs: Fertile, well drained 

Uses: Culinary, medicinal, attracts bees and beneficials 

 

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    EM
    05/20/2021
    Edie M.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Delicious Dill!

    This is the best dill that I've ever grown. Started it indoors in my Aerogarden which it quickly outgrew. From there it went into a large flowerpot outside and continues to grow bushy and beautiful in spite of frequent cutting . I also planted your Heirloom Cutting Mix Lettuce which has provided nearly daily salads for the over a month now. The plants are healthy, huge and delicious.

    TS
    05/13/2018
    Tom S.
    United States
    To be announced

    It seems very odd that you are asking me to review seed products that I haven't even planted yet. I'd be happy to do a review once the plants get producing. Perhaps you could query me again later in summer. I suspect, too, that you are asking other customers for reviews that they can't possibly do as of yet. It might be a good idea for you to wait until later, when crops are producing, to ask for reviews. Sincerely, Tom Seymour