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The Dill Dukat, 'Anethum graveolens', has more foliage that lasts longer on the plant than other dills. The Duckat Dill is mild, sweet, and never bitter or overly strong. The tall graceful plants with the feathery, blue-green leaves, will add style to your garden. The Dukat Dill has small. yellow flowers in a 6 inch wide upside down umbrella shaped flower cluster.The primary use for Dill is culinary. Fresh Dill leaves are sprinkled on all sorts of food including potatoes, lamb chops, tomatoes, squash, salads, sauces, grilled salmon, eggs, spinach, cucumbers, and green beans. Dried Dill leaves, called dill weed, can also be used but the fresh leaves are much stronger and taste better. Dill is used extensively in Scandinavian and Russian cooking. Plant Dill in the spring after the last day of spring frost. Dill prefers fertile well drained soil with lots of organic matter.
Scientific Name : Anethum graveolens

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