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Posted 1M ago by @IntrovertGarden

Dill suddenly going limp and yellowing overnight. Any ide...

#Dill
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 month ago
According to Chat GPT β€œDill plants prefer slightly dry conditions, so water them when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. β€œTypically, this means watering every 1-2 weeks, but it can vary depending on factors like climate and soil type. Avoid overwatering, as dill doesn't like soggy soil!
@PlantMompy any advice? I killed mine from seed as well, thinking it prefers moist soil?
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@IntrovertGarden @YiftKeylime
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How does the soil feel?

My indoor dill grows hydroponically under a grow light and my outdoor dill is in the ground so I'll help as much as I can but growing in a pot isn't my personal experience.
I would bottom water it and leave it to dry