CHAMOMILE, Roman

Roman Chamomile is not widely used for culinary purposes, but rather for its landscape uses. Tiny, white, daisy-like flowers bloom in early summer on plants that are traditionally used as a ground cover and along walkways or in pathways where it releases a scent that is reminiscent of apples. Also an excellent herb for shampoos and body washes because of its wonderful fragrance!

Genus:

Chamaemelum

Species:

nobile

Foliage Color:

Green

Flower Color:

White

Flower Time:

Mid season

Sun Exposure:

Sun

Soil Condition:

Average

Habit:

Groundcover

Mature Height:

6-8"

Mature Spread:

24"

Special Uses:

Attracts birds

Attracts birds


Attracts butterflies

Attracts butterflies


Fragrant

Fragrant


Rock garden

Rock garden


Edible

Edible

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