- Stand-out in our trials
- Slower to bolt than other dill varieties
- Delicately flavored, tender foliage
- Easy to grow
- Use seeds for dill pickles, green beans and dips
- Use leaves for seasoning eggs, salads and meats
An absolute stand-out in our trials, Dill Delight provides for an extended harvest and is extremely easy to grow. This delicately-flavored, tender, dill foliage is slower to bolt than any other variety that was trialed, and is a must for seasoning pickles! Growing 26-28 in. tall, this herb offers the ferny, rich green foliage of traditional dill. The leaves add a delicate flavor to eggs, salads and meats, and the seeds are used for dill pickles, green beans and dips. For a continual harvest, sow seeds in early spring and make successive plantings until the weather warms.