Chamomile Seed Info: How And When To Plant Chamomile Seeds

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Chamomile Seed Info: How And When To Plant Chamomile Seeds

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Chamomiles are cheery little plants. Sweetly scented like fresh apples, chamomile plants are used as ornamental flowerbed borders, planted in cottage and herb gardens, or grown as a pollinator friendly, low maintenance lawn substitute. They are also used as a defense against pests and disease in the vegetable garden. Chamomile plants may range in height from 6-18 inches (15-46 cm.) with an equal spread, depending upon type. All chamomile types produce an abundance of seed that will quickly self-sow wherever it lands in warm, loose soil. Continue reading to learn more about growing chamomile from seed. How to Grow Chamomile from Seed There are two different species of plants commonly known as chamomile. Chamaemelum mobile, also commonly known as English, Russian or Roman chamomile, is a low growing perennial. It is considered to be the true chamomile and is used in landscapes as a flowering

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