600 seeds $2.50
Dill 'Mammoth' is a tall, vigorous herb with plenty of foliage and seeds. The seeds are used in pickles and breads, and the foliage is used to add flavor to soups, salads, dressings, vegetables, and egg dishes.
In organic gardens, dill can be grown as a trap crop for aphids. The flowers attract beneficial insects, and the leaves provide food for black swallowtail butterfly larvae.
Also known as Mammoth Long Island Dill. Days to maturity: 40-60.
Sowing Dill 'Mammoth' Seeds
Sow seeds outdoors after the last frost date. Barely cover with soil. Full sun. Well-drained soil.