Sow: March to May

Flowers: June to September

Where:  In full sun to light shade. Borders, vegetable patch, herb garden, containers, wildlife garden

How many seeds?  0.2g (average 4,000 seeds)

Also known as: Matricaria recutita, Chamomilla recutita, German Chamomile, Wild Chamomile, Camomile, Hungarian Chamomile, Pineapple Weed, Scented Mayweed, The Plant


Chamomile is a hardy annual with feathery leaves and small, white, daisy-like, sweet aromatic flowers. Chamomile is commonly known for its use as a herbal tea, said to reduce stress, soothe the stomach and aid sleep. Both the leaves and flowers are edible. A pretty, easy-to-grow herb to add to any garden. German chamomile is commonly considered to be the best chamomile for making tea as it is the sweetest tasting of the different varieties.  In addition to floral teas, chamomile makes a lovely addition to cakes, biscuits, breads and puddings.

Presentation Pack includes:-
Chamomile Seed
Growing & Harvesting Chamomile Flower Instructions
Chamomile Flower Eating Guide
Chamomile FlowerRecipe Leaflet
Edible Flower Recipe Cards incl:
How to crystallise edible flowers
How to make floral ice bowls and cubes
Plant Label

Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only


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