This variety of dill is one of the earliest and most savory for soups, salds, omelets, and of course pickles. For mild winter climates, plant in the fall or early spring, otherwise in the laste spring or early summer. Prepare soil by loosening the top 1/2" and slow the seeds about 18" apart, then carefully cover the seeds. For best results, soil should be above 65º. Keep soil moist but not osggy until seedlings appear in 10-15 days. Keep protected from high winds.