Pollinators CHERISH dill, when in bloom.
The flowers are too small for European honey bees, but countless wild bees which tend to be quite small absolutely LOVE dill. You’ll see clouds of them around dill.
Beneficial wasps, and ladybugs, both of which prey on garden pests,also treasure dill. Since dill readily self-seeds, I just let it be wherever it crops up in the garden.
I read that dill, when young, is beneficial for tomatoes, but that when it grows up, it supposedly inhibits tomatoes. The dill have cropped up in the midst of my tomato bed, and I am letting it be because the tomatoes have some aphids on them, and the dill seems to be the absolute perfect nursery for raising ladybugs, they are all over my dill this year. It would seem insane to remove the dill, and take away this perfect ladybug breeding ground!