The Best Dill Companion Plants

Dill is formally known as Anthem grave lent, and also known as dill weed, dill seed, or wild fennel. It’s a herbaceous plant in the family Apiaceous which usually grows between 30 and 60 centimeters tall with small dark green leaves. Dill plants are hardy and will grow just about anywhere there is enough soil to support their roots. They’re most often used in salads, pickles, and garnishes. You may have heard that you should grow dill at the back of your garden to repel aphids from your tomatoes. This is true, but it’s a little more complex than that. Dill has a very high concentration of caracole, which