How neat. I am not too sure what I am looking at, but it look lovely nonetheless.Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!
Susan girl ... I am a huge fan of dill and have it growing in the garden and in pots .. there is nothing like that aroma .. I could lay down in a bed full of it and never get up ! LOLI dry a few herbs on a smaller scale .. I don't have the room .. so I love seeing your big bunch : )
Love the aroma of dill and the flavor is great too.
I have a couple dill plants this year. They are in the flower garden for the butterflies. I thought you only used the seeds of dill.Marnie
Looks like you are ready for cucumbers now. Yum!
Good harvest...bet it smells so good!!
I'm growing Dill for the first time this year, mostly for the caterpillars/butterflies.
Seeing your photos reminds me of how much I like dill and ... Dilly beans!
That's literally armfuls of dill! Your photos remind me of Swedish supermarkets at this time of year - they have piles of dill, and mounds of strawberries, and the scent of both is just wonderful. The dill is to go with crayfish, which is the big midsummer meal in Sweden.
Thanks for the comments!I love dill in potatoes and potato salad. I also like to make dip with it with light sour cream, light cream cheese, and chives.
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