Although dill won't last as long in a vase as the other herbs, it's such a breeze to grow that you can keep one in bloom all summer. Scatter the seeds in a garden bed, and keep the soil moist until germination. Thin the seedlings to one plant every 2 feet. In a few weeks, with full sun, the seedlings will begin producing flower stalks. Let one or two go to seed for a continuous supply of new dill.
This article is from the May 2005 issue of Southern Living.