A bushy annual variety of Chamomile, that grows to about 3 feet. A member of the Asteraceae family, with adorable small white daisy-like flowers, lacy green foliage and a light apple scent. German Chamomile is the most common variety used in herbal medicine and an excellent choice for tea. Easy to grow, sow lightly onto top of potting soil and cover lightly. Seeds are small and require some light to germinate. Sow in April for a mid-July start to a continuous harvest. Also, Chamomile is used as companion plant to repel cucumber beetles!
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