Anethum graveolens is better known as Dill. It is a tall, aromatic, annual herb plant from the Apiaceae family. Commonly grown for the culinary attributes of its leaves and seeds and used to flavour various foods and dishes. Dill produces fine blue-green leaves and produces airy umbrellas of yellow flowers in summer. It's also grown as ornamental, as its distinctive foliage texture, flower colour and form make this plant a nice companion in a mixed border. Dill is not only used in the culinary and ornamental applications but also has various traditional medicinal uses. This beautiful and useful herb is a must-have for most temperate gardens and is an easy herb for beginner gardeners to grow.