Chamomile-German / Botanical Name: Matricaria recutita Plant Type: Annual, Heirloom,Organic, flower, Edible, Herb
Bloom Time: n/a
Bloom Color: white petals/yellow centers
Exposure: Full sun/part shade
Soil: well drained
Germination: 7-14 days
Description: Native to Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Chamomile has a very pleasant fragrance and was a popular strewing herb in medieval England. Graceful plants are 12-20" tall with endless masses of 1" attractive daisy-like flowers that can be used to make tea.
Planting: Sow seeds indoors on surface of soil.
Transplant outdoors 8" apart in early spring just before last frost. Chamomile prefers well-drained sandy soil and self-sows freely.
PK: approx. 100 Seed
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