Dill is very easy to grow and a must for all herb gardens. The tall plants are topped with clusters of tiny yellow flowers on the tips of an array of central stems. Seeds and leaves are perfect for use as a flavoring for fish, stews, vegetables, poultry, pickles, and salads.
Fernleaf - Dill grows in compact, bushy plants with finely cut, dark green leaves. Harvest the leaves for fresh or dried use. It is especially good for flavoring sour cream and other dipping sauces. This variety is slow to bolt, but once it does, the seeds are perfect for making dill pickles. It truly is a must have in the herb garden.