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Chamomile, Roman

600 seeds. Anthemis nobilis. Perennial.


Roman chamomile grows as a ground cover with lacy leaves and aromatic white flowers. The flowers are used medicinally in teas and essential oils. Roman chamomile is stronger and slightly more bitter than German chamomile.


Roman chamomile can be trimmed to create a dense, sweet-scented lawn. Some of the most famous chamomile lawns are propagated in England at the Buckingham palace. Zones 4–9.


Height 8 inches. Spacing 4–12 inches.


Sowing Roman Chamomile Seeds:


Sow seeds outdoors in spring or fall on the surface of the soil. Or start indoors and transplant after the last frost date. Full sun to part shade.

Chamomile, Roman

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