It has taken a number of attempts to get an acceptable photo of these teeny-tiny dill flowers. The leaves are feathery delicate and lightly aromatic.
This herb is short-lived, but easily reseeds itself. In the photo above is a late season seedling that emerged in a bed of turnips.
I have tried to preserve the leaves by freezing, but the results were just passable. Best used fresh, dill is delicious on a fresh (not frozen) salmon, or try it on other light-flavored fish.