- Grows quickly and easily
- Leaves and seeds can be used
- Attractive in pots or as a border edging
Both the feathery leaves and seeds of dill can be used in the kitchen to impart an aromatic sweetness to a wide variety of dishes.
Attractive to use as border edging in the garden or in pots, use dill leaves to flavour fish dishes, especially salmon, for which it is unbeatable, vegetables, potatoes, sauces and mustards.
The seeds can also be used in pickling and to flavour coleslaw, white meats and stews.