Dill really does not like to be pampered. It likes unimproved soil and very little water. Plant it somewhere in the yard. Just clear a spot so it does not have to compete with the weeds. Throw out the seed just before you expect some rain, or give it a good soak, then water when it is nearly dry. If you are lucky you won't have to water at all. Dill is a summer herb. It usually does not do well in the wet weather of the rainy season and it does not like to be transplanted so it is best started in place from seed.
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