Plants to locate with Dill and keep away from Dill
Companion Planting is the placement of various crops in close physical proximity to one another so as to symbiotically compliment each others health, vigor, growth and the flavor of their produce. It also naturally involves separating plants whose development is antagonistic to each other.
Good Companions for Dill
Brassicas - Cabbage Family Plants
bok choy and chinese cabbage
Most plants labeled 'cress'
Lettuce and Dill grow well together, dill repels some insects that feast on lettuce leaves.
Beans and Legumes, [but not pole beans]
Bad Companions for Dill
Tomatoes - Dill, when planted too close has been demonstrated to stunt Tomato Plant growth. It does serve as a good trap crop for Tomato Horn worm but should be kept at a safe distance.