Dill Bouquet Seeds

  • Suitable as microgreens or herb plant.
  • Edible leaves & flowers.
  • Aromatic herb with a delicate flavour.

Bulk Dill Bouquet Seeds – Microgreens & Herb Plant

  • Flowers attract beneficial bees & insects.
  • Produces large seeds suitable for pickling.
  • Attractive dark green, feathery, fine leaves.

How to Grow Dill (Herbs)

  • Matures faster than other dill varieties.
  • Grows up to 1 metre height.
  • Flavour is improved when grown in well-drained, poor soil.
  • Easy to save seeds.

Row Spacing

At least 10 cm apart

Plant Spacing

20 cm

Sowing Depth

0.2 cm

Germination Soil Temperature


Germination Days

7 - 21 days

Days to Maturity

60 days.

Planting Season

Plant in Spring, Summer & Autumn (frost free).


Full or part sun. Keep soil moist.

Life Cycle

Hardy annual.

How to Grow Dill Microgreeens

  • Dill is a delicate microgreen with fine, feathery leaves. Use a mist sprayer or bottom watering method to ensure that the leaves do not get damaged.
  • Dill is a slow growing microgreen, which can have uneven germination. This variety can take up to 30 days until harvest.
  • Pairs beautifully with fish, potato and egg dishes.

Pre-soak seeds

4 hours

Seeds (10" x 20" tray)

28 grams

Growing medium

Soil or hydroponic. If using soil, add 2 - 3 cm layer of soil. Flatten with a block or wood or upside down tray. 


4 - 7 days. Trays can be stacked during blackout time.

Germination Days

3 - 5 days

Days to Maturity

14 - 25 days. Slow growing variety.

Level of difficulty


Tray yield

Approx. 180 grams.

Flavour profile

Aromatic, hint of anise and lemon.

Product Specifications

  • No chemical treatment.
  • Non-GMO.
  • Open pollinated.
  • Botanical name: Anethum graveolens.
  • Variety: Dill (Bouquet).
  • Seeds per gram: Approx. 900.
  • We do not ship to Tasmania due to quarantine restrictions.

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