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Mammoth Dill (seeds)
  • Mammoth Dill (seeds)

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    Mammoth Dill (Anethum graveolens) is a flavorful and aromatic herb that can be grown in your garden. Here are some key details about growing and caring for this tall and attractive herb:



    Mammoth Dill is an especially tall variety, reaching 36 inches or more in height. It has finely cut leaves that add visual interest to your garden.



    Seeds: The seeds of Mammoth Dill are commonly used to flavor pickles.

    Leaves: You can also use the leaves to brighten up salads, soups, omelets, and other dishes.


    Growing Tips

    Planting Time: Start seeds indoors between late January and early March.

    Outdoor Planting: Transplant the seedlings outdoors after all danger of frost has passed.

    Sunlight: Mammoth Dill prefers full sun (at least 6 hours daily).

    Watering: Keep the soil moderately moist.

    Hardiness: It is a hardy herb suitable for zones 3 to 11.

    Attracts Beneficial Insects: Mammoth Dill is a wonderful garden companion, attracting beneficial insects to your garden.


    Whether you’re harvesting the seeds or enjoying the fresh leaves, Mammoth Dill is a delightful addition to any herb garden!

    • Seeds Per Pack

      Single Pack: approx 100

      Large Pack: approx 500


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    • Garden NerMay 26
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars.
      Great harvest

      This was my first time growing dill but it was pretty easy.

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