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The Dill Bouquet, 'Anethum graveolens', is the most widely grown dill. Bouquet Dill produces early, large seed heads that make this plant excellent for pickling. The Bouquet foliage is also superior sprinkled on new potatoes, tomatoes, grilled salmon, spinach, green beans, cucumbers, squash, and lamb chops. The 30 to 36 inch tall plant is very aromatic.
Dill is used extensively in Scandinavian and Russian cooking. Plant Dill in the spring after the last day of spring frost. Successive plantings every 2 to 3 weeks will assure a continual fresh supply of foliage. Dill prefers fertile well drained soil with lots of organic matter.