Botanical name: Anthum graveolens
You will receive a dill herb seedling in an eco-bag.
Soil: Fertile, moist but well drained soil,
Position: Full sun
The feathery, aromatic leaves of this delicious herb have a slight aniseed flavour and can be used to flavour fish (especially salmon), lamb, new potatoes and peas. Dill is best used fresh when the flavour is more intense, however it can be dried if necessary.
* Growing Instructions: Planted all year round, remove seedling from the eco-bag. Place in a shallow pot fill it with rich organic soil. Or, dig a shallow hole outside in a lightly-shaded spot, allowing 25cm between plants. Pick leaves once they reach about 8cm tall.
* Pick frequently and use on muscle sores, itches
* Organically grown in Kiambu, Kenya