Dill flowers are extremely attractive to beneficial insects (bees & butterflies)
Seeds, flowers and leaves are all prized for culinary uses
Each package contains 200 open-pollinated seeds that are packed and shipped from Ontario
Hundredfold is a Canadian trademark. Good fruits multiply.
Bouquet dill is usually grown for foliage rather than flowers or seeds. It is best known for pickling. It also goes well with salads, potatoes and seafood. Lemon and dill are the best friends for fish fillets. A summer won’t be the more perfect with a BBQ salmon fillet sprinkled with freshly chopped dill. The beloved anise swallowtail butterflies like to lay eggs on dill, making it the most preferred host for these beneficial insects.
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