Dill 'Tetra'

Brilliant so-called ‘Tetraploid’ dill variety, loved for its dark green leaves and slowness to bolt. More
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Brilliant so-called ‘Tetraploid’ dill variety, loved for its dark green leaves and slowness to bolt, so ideal for the herb and veg garden.

Please note, illustrated packets are being introduced gradually over the coming months, availability may vary.

Genus Anethum
Group/Species graveolens
Variety Tetra
Type Hardy Annual
Common Name Dill
Border Position Back, Middle
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Scent Scented
Site Full Sun
Moisture Moist but Well-drained
Height 1m (3ft 3in)
Spacing 25cm (10in)
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Sow from mid-spring to mid-summer. Best direct sown in free draining soil. Sow regularly for a continual crop. You can speed the germination process up by sowing into a length of guttering under cover and transplanting outside.
Care Tips If growing for foliage, remove flower stems or this will stop foliage production.
Flowering July - October
Storing Can be dried for storing
Harvesting Flower production: 6-8 weeks.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Dill 'Tetra' reviews

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Eleanor

I've tried growing dill from seed before without success. These worked fine.
Last time, I sowed direct. This time, I grew them in loo-roll tubes, so I could keep them away from pests and then transplant them without disturbing roots.