Dill Herb Seeds | Seedmart Australia
Dill Bouquet Seeds
$24.99$89.99 Select options

Dill Bouquet Seeds


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

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 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. It is better suited to experienced growers. This variety can take up to 30 days until harvest. Dill can also be sprouted in about 15 days. 
  •  It germinates best at 15 – 23°C; avoid hot weather. It does best in mild weather. Dill can also be sprouted in about 15 days.
  • 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.

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.

Sowing Period for Dill Bouquet


Additional information

Weight N/A

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.