Dill requires warmer temperatures to grow well. It grows 1 to 2 feet in height, very quickly, and has fern like leaves. It is a perennial herb and the flavor profile is a cross of lemon and parsley.
There are essential oils in dill that have therapeutic uses as well as anti-septic and local anesthetic uses. Dill has no cholesterol and many antioxidants. Dill is also known to prevent bacterial overgrowth.
Temperature:Dill is best stored below 40 degrees.