The wonderful Bouquet Dill is a widely grown variety that produces high yields of edible flowers, leaves, and seeds. With many options to flavor and eat from the Bouquet Dill, this makes the variety the preferred dill for pickling and flavoring. All of these can be used to flavor salads, sauces, condiments, poultry, meat, potato salad, pickles, and soups. When its flowers are broken into florets, they can be mixed into a cheese spread or omelet. Talk about unique flavor!
It will take around 7-21 days to germinate at 65-70 °F (18–21°C) and you can harvest the leaves at 40-45 days. It will take 80-105 days to see seeds and you can harvest the seeds when turned to a golden brown color. The Bouquet Dill can be started in individual containers, pots, or cell trays and can be transplanted to the garden with 4” spacing to produce healthy, happy plants. They grow best in rich, light soil (but can grow in most soils) and prefers the sun to perform well.