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Dill has a very long history, dating back to ancient Egyptian times. It was regarded as an indication of wealth and consumed for it's health and healing properties. An annual herb with fine feathery leaves, it has tiny yellow flowers that follow with oval shaped aromatic seeds.  The leaves are used in cooking to flavour soups, sauces, fish and vegetables such as carrot and potato. The seeds can also be used in dips, stews, sauces and breads.  Medicinally, dill is used to treat flatulence, colic and other digestive disorders.

Planting Info
Prefers a sunny spot will also grow in part shade, sheltered from strong winds. Deep, well-drained soil and best grown in warmer seasons but don't let it get burnt.  Dill is best planted in autumn and winter months. If planting in container make sure it's deep as the plant has long roots.  Plant gets tall, may require staking.  In your garden, plant dill next to cabbage or onions, but keep it away from carrots.


Basilea Living Herbs

Basilea Farm, Burpengary grows pesticide-free Dill seedlings, available locally in Brisbane and Moreton Bay, South East Queensland, Australia.

Pot Size 50mm

  • Order online and choose a shipping option below.

    OPTION 1:
    Choose a local Brisbane stockist for collection from the list below.
    $8 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Friday
    Find stockist addresses & opening hours

    Annerley - Sam Coco Trading
    Aspley - T-Bones Food Market
    Chermside West - Rode Fresh
    Everton Park - Charlie's Fresh Fruit
    Kenmore - Kenmore Fresh
    Oxley - Blunder Road Country Market
    Paddington - Rosalie Gourmet Market
    Rothwell - Northside Discount Fruit Barn
    Samford Valley - Samford Valley Garden Centre
    West End - The Stores Grocer
    Windsor​ - Zone Fresh

    OPTION 2:
    Choose Burpengary - Basilea Farm for collection
    $0 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Saturday, 9am-10am only from Basilea Farm, 135 Hawthorn Road, Burpengary

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