Chamomile is an herb that produces an abundance of small, fragrant daisy-like white flowers that are used in making teas and perfumes. This herb is used to aid in digestion and act as a gentle sleep inducer. You can also use its flowers to garnish desserts or drinks.


Learning Download: How to Grow Chamomile

Chamomile plants are oftentimes used as flower bed borders, grown in an herb garden or used to attract pollinators to the garden. It can reach up to two feet tall, and it produces white flowers that smell like sweet apples.

Before Planting: Start Chamomile seeds indoors three to four weeks before the last frost in peat pots.

Planting: Once chamomile plants have been established, transfer the peat pots to the garden.

Watering: Water at least once per week.

Fertilizer: Chamomile does not require fertilizer since it spreads quickly.

Days to Maturity: Plants will produce flowers that can be harvested within 6 to 8 weeks of planting.

Harvesting: Wait until the blooms are completely open before harvesting them.

Tips: Leave some seed heads and don’t harvest them so the chamomile will self seed and regrow next year.

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