Chamomile is a mat forming perennial boasting finely divided, aromatic leaves and masses of small daisy like flowers from summer into eraly fall. The feathery leaves exude a ripe apple scent when bruised. Cold hardy, chamomile is such a densely carpeting plant that it can be used as groundcover or as a lawn. It can be regularly mowed, but tolerates only minimal foot traffic. Grow between stepping stones or as edging. The flowers can be harvested and dried to make chamomile tea. Gather the flowers when fully open, dry them and store in an airtight container. Grows to 6″ tall and 12″ wide.


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