First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS.

A showy and tasty herb that also attracts butterflies….

Open Pollinated. Heirloom. Annual, but readily self sows. Fernleaf dill is shorter and more compact than regular dill, plus slower to bolt, so you will have an extended leaf harvest time. You can grow it in the middle or back of a border (It grows 2′ high by 2′ wide). The wispy, grey-green foliage makes a wonderful background, and the yellow umbel flowers are quite showy and attract butterflies. Both the foliage and the seeds are used extensively in the kitchen, and are good fillers for bouquets. The fresh or dried leaf is good with fish, veggies, eggs, rice, breads, etc. The seeds are used to flavor pickles. Dill might die back in the heat of summer, but self sows readily, so be sure to let some mature seeds drop so you will have a perpetual dill patch. It generally grows best in the spring and fall.

Within 24 hours of receiving your order, we will e-mail you with a shipping date that we choose based on your last frost date. You are welcome to change the date to any other shipping week. Just respond to the e-mail and tell us when you want your plants. Our first shipping date is late March, weather permitting. We will not have plants available before then.

Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997.

Our plants are shipped in individual 3″ deep pots, and are ready to be planted out in your garden.

We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant.

We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through May, according to your location or your request. We currently ship to every state except Hawaii and Alaska.