Dukat dill is both gorgeous, and huge! It stands about 3 to 4 feet tall, and it is growing a fireworks of flower heads.
Dill pairs absolutely excellent with salmon or other seafood dishes. You can use the seeds, flowers, or fern like leafs in vinaigrette, pickles, and you can add it to tzaziki sauce, egg salad and salad dressings as well.
If you pick the flower heads that form, you can continue to harvest the leafs for savory dishes! You can even dry bundles of dill leafs so you can stick the dill in spice jars.
This herb is native to the Mediterranean and also can be found as a native in Asia.
Dill does not transplant well. Sow seeds directly into the ground where the plants are going to grow or sow them in a large pot. Begin sowing seeds after the danger of…
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