Chamomiles, matricaria isolated on white background.

By September 22, 2017Articles

Chamomiles, matricaria isolated on white background.

By September 22, 2017Articles

Chamomiles, matricaria isolated on white background.

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Many people enjoy a soothing cup of chamomile tea to forget the stress of the day and get a nice, restful sleep. When purchasing a box of chamomile tea at the grocery store, most consumers are concerned with which brand of tea they prefer, not which type of chamomile the tea bags contain. If you’re so fond of the tea that you decide to grow chamomile in your own garden, you may be surprised to find that there are different types of chamomile seeds and plants available. Continue reading to learn about distinguishing between different chamomile varieties. Roman vs. German Chamomile There are two plants that are cultivated and sold commercially as chamomile. The plant considered “true chamomile” is commonly called English or Roman chamomile. Its scientific name is Chamaemelum nobile, although it was once scientifically known as Anthemis nobilis. “False chamomile” usually refers to

Chamomiles, matricaria isolated on white background.

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Many people enjoy a soothing cup of chamomile tea to forget the stress of the day and get a nice, restful sleep. When purchasing a box of chamomile tea at the grocery store, most consumers are concerned with which brand of tea they prefer, not which type of chamomile the tea bags contain. If you’re so fond of the tea that you decide to grow chamomile in your own garden, you may be surprised to find that there are different types of chamomile seeds and plants available. Continue reading to learn about distinguishing between different chamomile varieties. Roman vs. German Chamomile There are two plants that are cultivated and sold commercially as chamomile. The plant considered “true chamomile” is commonly called English or Roman chamomile. Its scientific name is Chamaemelum nobile, although it was once scientifically known as Anthemis nobilis. “False chamomile” usually refers to

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