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Bouquet is the most popular dill variety. Both its leaves and seed are used in the culinary arts. Early flowering and large seed heads. Used primarily in pickling but is also useful in any recipe calling for dill seed or leaves.
Long Island Mammoth Dill is popular. Not suitable for all gardens as it takes up alot of space. Under ideal conditions they resemble a small shrub reaching in the ballpark of 5 ft tall. Also excellent for pickling.
Vierling is a dill variety that takes much longer to bolt than others, good if you plan on harvesting the leaves all summer and the seeds at seasons end.
Hercules also takes a long time to flower. It produces coarse leaves which I found to be of lower quality than most other varieties unless it is harvested when young. Seeds can be harvested just like any other type of dill.