Dill Seeds

Combines flavors of parsley and caraway

Both the seeds and greens of dill provide a delicious, tangy flavor (tastes and smells like parsley and caraway) for a variety of dishes. Probably most commonly associated with making pickles, dill is also a valuable seasoning for fish, poultry, seafood, eggs, soups, salads, sauces, and potatoes. With its handsome, feathery, blue-green foliage and tiny yellow blooms that make lovely cut flowers, dill is a must-have for the kitchen. Easy to grow and self-sowing, dill is a great choice for the herb or vegetable garden and does quite well in containers.