Dill, Dakota microgreens seeds
Dill microgreens are an incredibly popular culinary addition to many dishes, from creamy sauces and tangy pickles to the classic mashed or baked potatoes. Their botanical name is Anethum graveolens, hinting at their unique flavor profile - a combination of sweet yet savory with hints of grassy and lemon notes. Its small, flattened seeds round out this classic herb's signature taste!
Cultivation tips for Dill microgreens:
Harvesting deliciousness can be easy! Just 5-6 days to germinate and 14 more for your MPSEEDS dill microgreens to grow. No need for pre-soaking, just plant the seeds then watch them bloom into something tasty in relatively no time. But with such delicate leaves you must handle these greens with care - growing until true leaf phase is recommended! Current lot germination ratio is 88 percent.
Dill microgreens are a goldmine for nutrition! Packed with essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids such as A, B, C, E & K – plus Iron, Zinc, Potassium - these flavorful greens provide health benefits you don't want to miss out on.
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|Sweet, savory with hints of Grassy and Lemon Notes
|A, B, C, E, Fe, K, Zn