Bright yellow with beautiful white petals, our chamomile flowers smell as sweet as they look. These daisy-like gems are a wonderful pollinator and make a fabulous addition to any garden. Once the outdoor season is over you can harvest chamomile to make delightful homegrown tea as well! This sweet all natural treat can be planted anywhere there is sun and alongside other tea herbs such as lemon balm and mint.
Planting and Care Instructions
Chamomile enjoys full sun and to be watered 1-2 times a week (don't let it dry out though!). Split the roots apart into 3 or 4 tufts 8 inches apart to achieve better ground cover. Harvest flower tops periodically and store in a cool dry place. Grind up flowers for loose leaf tea.
|One to two times a week|
|Four per square foot|