Chamomile, Roman or English, Chamaemelum nobile, Matricaria recutita, bare rooted

pernnial chamomile

This is the perennial chamomile, but unlike the lawn chamomile it develops flowers.

Grow your own Chamomile Tea!

How to use Chamomile:

Every house needs chamomile.It is one of the basic herbal remedies to have always at hand.  Grow your own and enjoy the fresh herb! Grandmothers used it for tummy aches or to settle toddlers for bed.The tea is an excellent anti- inflammatory, for coughs, as a vasodilator and more.

Chamomile uses in the Garden:

Chamomile infusion can be used as a plant tonic and can be used against fungal infections, as a compost activator.

How to grow Roman Chamomile and use it in the garden:

Chamomile can be used as an edging plant, as a lawn, between stepping stones or could be used in creative ways on sculptures or seats. English Chamomile is a low growing evergreen perennial ground cover suitable for light foot traffic. Sun to partial shade, might be self-sowing, easy to grow.

Zone 4a – 9b

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Family: Caryophyllaceae

Height + Width:

Frost Hardiness: Hardy in Katoomba




Country of Origin: Eastern Cape of South Africa


Common names: African Dream Root, Undlela Ziimhlophe (White Ways/Paths), Ubulawu



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