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 cover.
why it's special:
- Flowers can be dried and used for herbal remedies + tea
- Known to deter mosquitoes and flies
- Very attractive to pollinators
when to sow
when to harvest
About roman chamomile
In The Records
|Features||Pollinator friendlly, perfect for pots, likes direct sunlight and very hardy|
|Locations||Window box, balconies, containers and garden beds|
|Effort Level||Looks after itself|
|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|
|Pot Size||30 cm|
|Number of Seeds||750|
guide to sowing different types of seed
when to sow your seeds
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