Growing your own chamomile seeds is easy. Chamomiles are cheery little flowering plants. With a sweetly scent like fresh apples, chamomile plants are used as ornamental flowerbed borders. They are planted in cottage and herb gardens. Not only that, chamomile plants are pollinator friendly and offer low maintenance lawn substitute. Chamomile plants may range in height from 6-18 inches (15-46 cm.) with an equal spread, depending upon type. All chamomile types produce an abundance of seed that will quickly self-sow wherever it lands in warm, loose soil.
Growing Chamomile seeds allows you to enjoy your own relaxing and tasty herbal tea. Chamomile flowers can be used in brewing tea, making perfumes or hair rinses.
Chamomile usually produces flowers that can be harvested for herbal use in just 6-8 weeks.
You can directly sow these German chamomile after all danger of frost has passed. After that, remember to sow directly in average but well drained soil in full sun at the recommended planting time. Sow seeds evenly and cover with ¼ inches of fine soil.
Package Size: 100 seeds per pack
Germination Rate: 70%
Germination Time: 14 – 21 Days
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