Roman Chamomile is also called English Chamomile. Small, hardy, sour apple scented, feathery foliage and small, free-blooming daisies bloom July to September.
Revered since ancient times by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans for medicines, teas, cosmetics, they also bathed in it and walked on it. Grown between bricks or along paths, it releases its scent when brushed. Used as a lawn substitute, mow on a high setting. Studies show it has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.
Approx 200 seeds per pack
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