Everbearing raspberries produce 2 annual crops, in early summer and in August - September. Standard raspberries produce big crops in early summer, making them ideal for canning, jams and preserves. Planting both types allows you to enjoy fresh fruit all summer. Space plants 3' apart in rows 6' apart. Raspberries are self-pollinating. Collection includes 12 plants 3 plants each of Jewel (Standard - Black), Killarney (Standard - Red), Heritage (Everbearing - Red) and Anne (Everbearing - Yellow). Sorry, plants CANNOT be sent to AK, AZ CA, HI, NV or Canada. Plants ship in spring at the proper time for planting in your area.
Sow dill seeds in moist, fertile soil in full sun after danger of frost. In frost-free areas, Sow from fall to early spring. Sow dill seeds thinly and cover with 1/4" of fine soil. Firm lightly and keep evenly moist.
How to Grow
Seedlings emerge in 10-21 days. Thin to about 12" apart when seedlings are 1-2" high. Removing the flowers as they appear can help prolong leaf production for a short time. Pinching off spent flowers can also prevent prolific self-Sowing. At the end of the season, let some dill plants go to seed to provide a crop next year.
The fresh, young leaves are a popular flavoring for fish, poultry, seafood, eggs, soups, salads, sauces and new potatoes. Use the seeds for pickling; enjoy the blooms as cut flowers. Grow dill in herb or vegetable gardens.