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OT: Dill


From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Arnold, I may be mistaken but did you say dill  reseeds itself. I wish I
> could get that to happen. What conditions? Do you have a lot of mulch
where
> it is planted or not? Are there different kinds of dill? If you have any
> extra seeds I would like to try it again. My plants died out the first
> winter and didnt seed back or anything.

Donna,
     When I lived in Kentucky, I did not grow Dill, but I knew some who
did.  There, in partly shaded moist sites (Where I always saw Dill) it
reseeded itself profusely.  I have yet to see Dill being grown here, but
that does not mean it is not.

Mark A. Cook
billc@atlantic.net
Dunnellon, Florida.        

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