Dill Seeds

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  • Dill Croesus

    An early, productive, dense-leaved variety. Develops stiff, erect stems. The finely divided leaves are dark green and excrete a caraway-citrus aroma. Harvest the greens and use inflorescences as pickle spice.

    Dill Croesus – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – August
    Spacing: 10 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: April – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Kozak

    An early, productive variety. Its erect plants are densely covered with small, bluish-green, exceptionally aromatic leaves. Harvest the fresh greens and use the whole stems with flower buds as pickle flavouring. It can be eaten raw, dried or frozen.

    Dill Kozak – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – September
    Spacing: 30 x 15 cm
    Harvesting period: May – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Kronos

    An exceptionally productive, medium late variety. Its tall plants produce plenty of dark green, aromatic leaves with a distinct waxy coating. Harvest the greens and use the whole stems with flower buds as pickle flavouring.

    Dill Kronos – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – August, October – November
    Spacing: 15 x 30 cm
    Harvesting period: May – June, July – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Monarch

    A vigorous variety grown for its greens. Extremely resistant to shooting flowering stalks; grows back after cutting. Produces densely leaved stems; dark green leaves with a bluish coating are exceptionally aromatic.

    Dill Monarch – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – August
    Spacing: 10 – 15 cm
    Harvesting period: May – October

    One package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Moravan

    This is a medium early, very productive variety. Its dark green leaves have a distinct aroma. It shoots flowering stalks late in the season and is therefore recommended for green harvest. It can be dried and frozen.

    Dill Moravan – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – September
    Spacing: 15 x 30 cm
    Flowering period: May – October

    The package contains 5 grams of seeds.

  • Dill Sprinter

    An early exceptionally productive variety. It has a long harvesting period, as its flowering branches shoot late in the season. It produces dark green, aromatic leaves that can be eaten fresh, dried or frozen. They are perfect for salads, warm dishes and pickle flavouring.

    Dill Sprinter – seeds

    Seeding depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time outdoors: March – September
    Spacing: 30 x 15 cm
    Harvesting period: May – October

    One package contains 3 grams of seeds.

  • Fennel Fino

    A variety suitable for after-crop; can be quickly harvested. Develops fleshy, compact, white bulb-like stem bases with an anise aroma. Edible are stem bases, leaf petioles, leaves, and seeds. Can be eaten raw or cooked.

    Fennel Fino – seeds

    Seed depth: 1 – 2 cm
    Seeding time in greenhouses: April
    Seeding time outdoors: May – July
    Planting time of seedlings outdoors: July
    Spacing: 20 x 40 cm
    Harvesting period: August – October

    One package contains 1 gram of seeds.