Trying For Dill In So. Cal. - Knowledgebase Question

Lakewood, CA
Question by ccslax
October 18, 2000
Our garden environment seems to be ideal for all manner of herbs. The only exception is dill. Seedling plants from the nursery do well for a short period, then the plant turns a coppery brown and dies. Three plants have met this fate.

This is one of my favorite kitchen herbs, and I would love to grow it.

Do you have any suggestions?


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Answer from NGA
October 18, 2000

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the bottom of the bag.

Seeds can be stored up to a year in air-tight containers as long as they're kept away from heat and bright light. Seeds must be very dry before they are stored.




the bottom of the bag.

Seeds can be stored up to a year in air-tight containers as long as they're kept away from heat and bright light. Seeds must be very dry before they are stored.




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