• Chamomile Rake

    Chamomile Rake

    Designed by Johnny's using the traditional German pattern. Also effective for harvesting seed and a variety of other blossoms and seed pods. 3- 1/2" spring steel teeth; aluminum collector is 7- 1/2" W x 6" D x 3" H; oiled hardwood handle. Hand crafted in Maine.

  • Chamomile, Roman, Organic

    Chamomile, Roman, Organic

    SECTION: Herbs, Roman Chamomile, Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis) Hard-to-find seed. This perennial has been used for centuries for making herbal lawns and seats. At its best in a cool climate--likes the same conditions as lettuce. Start in flats and transplant to garden. Forms a soil-holding mat of aromatic foliage--good understory with other perennials. Flowers for tea. One packet will plant 400 sq ft when using 12" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: P Zones 5-8/Spacing 12" SEEDS PER PACKET: 1200 SOURCE CODE: O PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS:…

  • Chamomile-German

    Chamomile-German

    SECTION: Herbs, German Chamomile, Matricaria recutita Annual. A truly outstanding fruity-tasting tea is made from the flowers. Needs good light to germinate and grow; average soil is fine. Drought tolerant, can naturalize. Little daisy flowers should be ready for picking 8 weeks after sowing. Medicinal: Helps digestion, healing, sleep.. One packet will plant 100-400 sq ft when using 6-10" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: A/Spacing 6-10" SEEDS PER PACKET: 1200 SOURCE CODE: C PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start in flats in the Spring and transplant 6-10"…

    Matricaria recutita The German-type Chamomile is the most prolific producer of flowers. They are used fresh or dried to make a wonderfully relaxing tea or a refreshing facial. Grows to a bushy 16 inches by 16 inches. Germination code: (1) Also available as a plant.

  • Common Chamomile

    Common Chamomile

    Small, sweet smelling, daisy-like flowers. Medicinal: Tea made from flowers aids digestion and acts as a gentle sleep inducer. Harvest using the . Avg. 310,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • German Chamomile

    German Chamomile

    German Chamomile is a must-have herb if you enjoy drinking hot or cold teas. The flowers are a staple ingredient in herbal tea concoctions, where they have a soothing, calming effect. They are also used in shampoos and hair rinses to lighten blond hair.Up to 24 inches tall and 15 inches wide, German Chamomile has many thin branches of finely divided green leaves. Small ¾-inch white and yellow daisy-like flowers appear from early through midsummer.Sow seeds in fall or spring in well-drained, neutral to sightly acid soil. Harvest flowers when first fully opened, and use fresh or freeze. Pkt is…

    Use flowers in herb teas to calm nerves and settle the stomach.  Good companion plant for cucumbers and onions.  Needs light to germinate.  Sow seeds on surface and keep moist.

  • Herb Chamomile(Wild or German)

    Herb Chamomile(Wild or German)

    Daisy-like flowers with yellow centers and feathery foliage have an apple fragrance when crushed. Makes a delicious, soothing tea, skin wash and shampoo. Please note: This chamomile is not suitable for use as lawns. 20in. 75 days.

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    Herb, Chamomile German OG

    Native to Europe, Africa, and Asia. Chamomile has a very pleasant fragrance and was a popular strewing herb in medieval England. Graceful plants are 12–20" tall with endless masses of 1" attractive daisy-like flowers that can be used to make tea. Annual. Sow seeds indoors on surface of soil. Transplant outdoors in early spring just before last frost. Chamomile prefers well-drained sandy soil and self-sows freely.

  • Roman Chamomile

    Roman Chamomile

    Low-growing, spreading, with creeping rhizomes. Has similar uses for teas and medicine as varieties, but produces fewer blossoms. Avg. 207,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

    If you have ever dreamed about growing a chamomile lawn, this is the variety to try! Just like German chamomile, Roman chamomile flowers are used in herbal teas. More often, though, Roman chamomile is used as an unusual, aromatic groundcover.This evergreen perennial forms a thick, 6 inch mat of sweetly scented, finely-cut, bright green leaves. Single stalks topped with tiny white and yellow daisy-like flowers appear in middle summer.Transplant seed grown plants 4 inches apart in light well-drained soil in sun to create a lawn effect.Plants may deteriorate in very cold or wet winters, but will most likely recover. Pkt…