Grow Dill Indoors from Seed

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Dill is very easy to grow from Seed. I use 50% coconut coir and 50% garden soil with organic fertilizer to grow my seeds. Dill seedlings emerge in 1 to 2 weeks and plants grow to 4 to 6 inches in one month. Dill leaves are very thin and fragile. The leave have very pleasant fragrance and provides a refreshing scent. Dill plants are great to have on your kitchen counter.

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4 Responses

  1. Anna Davis says:

    Really love and appreciate you sharing your growing experience not just showing the pretty perfect side of gardening

  2. Mary Ann Ho says:

    hey.. hope you can make a video on how to grow sage..

  3. Shiny Thomas says:

    Where did you get the coconut coir from? I live in NC.

  4. Fokaira says:

    Great video. Rare to find videos that follow the development of the plant. Good job.

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