20-30 cm (8-12″) apart
Plant 6 mm (¼”) deep.
Herbs do best in a hot, sunny spot. In these conditions they’ll make the highest level of the aromatic oils that give them their taste and aroma. They also prefer well-drained alkaline soil, pH 6-8.
Seeds will sprout in 21-25 days
Dill flowers attract beneficial insects that prey on aphids and cabbage moth.
Direct sow in the late spring soil, sowing every two to three weeks for a longer season of harvest.
Keep well watered. Deadhead the flowers to prolong the harvest life of the leaves, but do not deadhead if grown for the seeds.