German Chamomile

Matricaria recutita | SKU: 0811A SLDOUT
3 Reviews
$3.25

OG German Chamomile - SOLD OUT (Conv Available)

  • Organic
  • Annual plant
  • Plants grow to 12-20 inches tall
  • Fragrant, daisy-like flowers grow to 1 inch

OG German Chamomile - SOLD OUT (Conv Available)

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Native to Europe, Africa, and Asia, chamomile has foliage and flowers with such a pleasant fragrance that for centuries these plants have been allowed to self-sow along the edges of paths and walkways where their fragrance can be enjoyed. This herb’s graceful plants are 12-20" tall with endless masses of 1" attractive, daisy-like flowers that can be used to make tea. Annual.

Learn to Grow German Chamomile

Start Indoors: 8-10 weeks before last frost

Germination: 7-14 Days

Plant Outdoors: 8” Apart

Light: Sun/Partial Shade

Instructions - 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.

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Flowers make a delicious, fragrant tea

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These flowers make a wonderful tea, nothing like you can buy in stores.

Never need to buy your bedtime tea again!

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This is an amazing tea plant, flower, pollinator haven. I planted this once in my community garden and now I won't have to buy store chamomile for the rest of my life. This plant is so incredibly prolific that we get enough to satisfy the need for a family of two with sleeping difficulties with an entire year's supply of sleepytime tea!
The only thing you need in addition to one of these seed packets is a bulk food dehydrator.

Pretty Flowers

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I’ve always been very happy with SeedSavers seeds & the German Chamomile are no exception. I started my seeds indoors February 10th, great germination and I had blooms into the first week of March. We’re in Northeast Ohio, so it’s too cold to harden off/transplant yet, but these are growing well indoors & very pretty. Looking forward to having a cup of my own Chamomile tea next fall/winter.