When you feel like taking a break, a cup of chamomile tea and a cozy chair is a wonderful combination. The flowers of the chamomile plant have been used for centuries, venerated for their soothing aroma and healing properties. Plant a patch of perennial chamomile anywhere you don't mind the plant getting a little wild: dainty flowers are produced en masse when the plant can stretch out in the sun.
Seeding Instructions - Start indoors in April and transplant into the garden Mid-May. Seed takes up to 14 days to germinate. Chamomile likes lots of sun and is low-care so is suitable for a bright, out-of-the-way spot!
Growing On & Harvest - You can start harvesting chamomile when it is in full flower; trim it no more than 50% and it will regrow with vigour. Feed with veggie food every two weeks and bone meal once a month.