Dill seed: tiny in size, mighty in flavor, and a secret weapon in the kitchen. - Chef's Wisdom
Dill seeds are typically ready to harvest in early summer in warmer climates and late summer in cooler climates.
– A clean pair of garden scissors or pruners – A paper bag for collecting dried seed heads – An airtight container for longer-term storage
The best time to harvest dill seeds from the garden is a nice, sunny day when the leaves and seed heads are dry.