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Almanac Planting Co Dukat Dill (Anethum graveolens).

Dukat Dill

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Anethum graveolens

Overview

Uses: Herb—use its foliage as a fresh or dried spice for food—especially dips, salads, soups, sauces. Ideal as a potted plant or as an outdoor plant.

Benefits: Attracts ladybugs and bees. Beautiful flowers and leaves.

Zones: 3 - 9

Sun: Full

Life Cycle: Annual

Mature Height: 2'

Mature Width: 18"

Summary

Dukat Dill is an especially mellow and sweet type of dill plant that produces much more foliage than most other dill varieties. 

It's best known for its lush and dense formation of greenish-blue leaves. Its generous foliage development is made possible by its tendency to produce leaves much longer than other dill varieties, as it's typically slower to bolt than other dill strains.

Dukat Dill adds a wonderful flavor to all sorts of meat, fish, poultry, and vegetables. Especially excellent with salmon, trout, salads, and Mediterranean cuisine.

One may harvest this dill and use it while fresh, or dry it and save it for a later date. 

Care

Dukat Dill Care

Plant Dukat Dill in full sun.

Keep its soil moist, but not wet.

Fertilize as required, especially if planted in poor soil. 

Do not expose to temperatures below freezing for prolonged periods of time.

Does best in temperatures between 50°F and 80°F.

Size

Size of Dukat Dill That You Ship

The Dukat Dill that we sell online will ship in a 4" grow pot. Each 4" pot will contain at least 2 dill plants.

Size of Dukat Dill When Fully Grown

Dukat Dill typically grows to a height of 2' and a width of 1'. It sometimes grows as high as 3' and as wide as 18".

Additional Information

Common Names of Anethum graveolens

  • Dukat Dill

  • Dill Dukat

Toxicity and Risks of Dukat Dill

There are no known toxicities associated with dill.

It may cause irritation if applied to the skin of people with specific allergies.

If someone with a dill allergy would eat too much of it, it may also cause issues such as vomiting, diarrhea, throat swelling, etc.