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 g of seeds.