You do know that dill is an annual, K, and isn't terribly hardy? I plant dill every 2 weeks in the summer as it goes to seed so quickly. A rosemary will last for years; dill, a few months at best. I'm curious as how the Parisian dill saga will end...
Oh, exciting! I have a bunch of old seed packets, some whose sell-by date was 2014, so I planted on the 8th and 9th: moonflower, cucuzza, parsley, eggplant, shiso, basil (red rubin & dark opal), nasturtium, alyssum, and okra. The okra & alyssum appear to be emerging!
The okra is a Burpee hybrid called Baby Bubba, supposedly ideal for containers.
edited to add that I also planted datura seeds from my mother's yard.
I've gotten plants from old half empty seed packets stuck in the back of a junk drawer years after commonsense would indicate they should no longer be viable. Feels like a free lunch to me when it happens.