What you don't use right away, you can dry out for storing by placing in paper bag with holes on sides, then hang in an airy area & shake for a couple of minutes twice weekly.
I used a clothespin to hold the dill to the top of the bag, but you could also use a chip clip.
When it is completely dried out shake out the dill out of the bag onto a plate and take out the larger stems, then put the dill in a glass container and store out of direct sunlight.
- Dill plant
- Garden shears or heavy duty scissors or kitchen shears
- Small paper bag (I used a brown paper lunch bag)
- Clothespin(s) or chip clip
- Glass container