Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) This ancient European herb remains a popular and useful plant in gardens today. The single-flowered Roman Chamomile has been considered the most potent medicinal form since the 13th century. It was grown in American gardens by the 1600s and Jefferson listed Chamomile as a kitchen garden herb in 1794. Low-growing plants produce single, white, daisy-like flowers and fragrant, lacy foliage. For more information & the possible availability for purchase…
How to grow and harvest chamomile for tea and medicine. It's super easy to plant and maintain chamomile once you know how! One established, just a few plants will give you plenty of chamomile flowers to harvest. #herbgardening #herbalism #gardening
Are you looking for the perfect dual-use flowering plant that can provide beautiful blooms and can be harvested for tasty herbal tea? Try growing your own chamomile! These white and yellow flowers are perfect for the cottage garden look and can be grown as a mass planting, as borders, or in a favorite spot in your kitchen herb garden. Want to know how? Look no further than Gardener’s Path Chamomile Growing Guide. #chamomile #herbaltea #medicinalplants #gardnerspath
How to grow and harvest chamomile. Harvest and dry your own chamomile to use for tea and medicine. One established, just a few plants will give you plenty of chamomile flowers to harvest and will self seed for more plants next year!