Sometimes referred to as English Chamomile. Doesn’t flower much, but when it does has bright, sunny, daisy-like flowers amid soft, delicate foliage.
To height of 6′
Perennial in zones 4-11
Culinary, fragrant groundcover, medicina
Mainly used for tea- both hot & iced.
Cheery little flowers with an apple-like fragrance. Flowers are best when picked the day they open. The calming effect of Chamomile tea is legendary and based in scientific fact.
To height of 2′
Culinary, Medicinal, Ornamental
Flowers may be used fresh or dried. Often made into a relaxing tea.
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