Fennel looks almost identical to dill. Both herbs are from the Umbelliferae family, with nearly identical feathery leaves and clusters of yellow flowers. Dill and fennel are easy to grow and will reseed themselves for the following year.
Cumin and dill are both herbs from the same Umbelliferae family. Both herbs have similar leaves and flowers with slight differences in size and shape but a big difference in color. It’s easy to grow these plants as they reseed themselves after growing.
Similar to dill and other plants from the same family, anise has a cluster of small white flowers formed like an umbrella. It has oval-shaped, flat, light green leaves with darker veins on the lower part of the plant.
Dogfennel (also called false dill) is a fast-growing and fast-spreading weed that can reach up to 2 meters in height. Its leaves resemble dill leaves and is often mistaken for dill.
While both Roman chamomile and dill are herbs, they look and smell completely different. So it is not difficult to tell them apart. However, the middle growth stage of chamomile can be visually mistaken for dill to an untrained eye.
Chervil is another herb from the Umbelliferae family. Apart from flower clusters growing on a long stalk that have a similar appearance to an umbrella, chervil looks nothing like dill.