This from Harriet Fasenfest, our member and Householder Expert. She learned this from her mother.
Lightly wash/spray your dill, spin it if you can and dry it well. Wrap in paper towel or cloth & put in the fridge over night to get the water out. As soon as you can get to it, mince or chop finely, put in a small container and freeze. Voila! You now have fresh dill any time of year to sprinkle over potato or tuna salad or a fresh pot of chicken soup. It’s complementary to eggs, light cream cheeses, dips, beef, most any fish, and goes with just about anything that includes sour cream &/or cucumbers.