roman chamomile seeds


calming floral scented blooms.

Once thought, in ancient Rome to be a source of courage for soldiers, Roman Chamomile has become a soothing herbal remedy for many an ailment. Grown in low clumps, making it perfect for ground covering.

why it's special:

  • Flowers can be dried and used for herbal remedies + tea.
  • Known to deter mosquitoes and flies.
  • Very attractive to pollinators.

good to know:

Plant LightFull sun

Pot PlantsPot friendly

Windowsill PlantFuss free


Open pollinated, GMO free seeds.

plant size

30 cm
45 cm



Sun or light shade.

soil conditions


Well drained soil.

urban growing


Water regularly.
Feed occasionally in growing period.

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care tip

Clip in the growing season to stop the plant becoming leggy. In pots, raise off the ground to drain water.


botanical name
Chamaemelum Nobile.

other names
Corn Chamomile, Dog's Chamomile, German Chamomile, Ground Apple, Lawn Chamomile, Pellitory of Spain, St Anne's Flower, Scotch Chamomile, Sweet Chamomile + Wild Chamomile

plant type
Perennial growing.

pot size
30 cm

pet / baby safe

approx. number of seeds

sowing guide
Sow seeds on firm, damp soil and lightly pat down. Place in a sunny spot and keep well hydrated.

about roman chamomile

Roman Chamomile is a small, contently aromatic creeping plant, with daisy-like flowers and grey-green leaf foliage that will grow across the ground. A fresh apple scent when crushed and commonly used to make calming tea.

in the records

The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word meaning "ground apple." Its history dates back at least to ancient Egypt, where Chamomile tea was prescribed as a cold remedy. The Romans enjoyed it as a beverage and as a calming incense.