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Monday, October 27, 2008

Growing Dill

Dill is one of the easiest herbs to grow in your garden - be it a kitchen pot, or a random spot in a spare space in your home. They are best sown as seeds, just plant near the soil's surface. Best in well drained soil.

Fresh dill is wonderful with fish (try baking fish stuffed with dill and some sliced lemons, this is certified yum), or for an extra kick in salads or dips. It can freezes well so it can be easily stored.

Some sites say that dill may be ready for harvest eight weeks after sowing. The photo shows a 4-week old (almost) dill - stay tuned for growth progress after another month to test the theory!


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