Dill’s are grown as an annual. It is easy to grow from seed and will produce wispy leaves growing on tall Single stems. They grow well in moderate cool areas.
The plant grows tall so one can plant in the back rows of the garden. They need Sunny area with well drained soil.
Pot Culture: Since Dill grows tall and the roots grow long hence a deep pot is required. A 12” to 18” is good enough. Sow many seeds together as the dill has long stems that are thin so in clustering they can support each other well.
In ground: Transplant the Seedlings once they are 10 -15 days old. Sow the seedlings close together at a distance of 25-20 cm between plants as well as rows.
The best way to use dill is fresh from the plant. Cut the leaves often to ensure that they do not go to seed. Once the Seed heads begin to form, it's time to stop cutting dill for fresh use. Allow the Seed heads to develop and dry completely, then cut them.