From the Garden Gear range of herb seeds, Chamomile, meaning 'ground apple', is a perennial herb, with single, white, daisy-like flowers and sweet smelling foliage. The foliage can be used to make herbal tea which is traditionally used for it's calming properties.
The lawn Chamomile seeds produce a sweet smelling lawn traditionally used as an alternative to grass. The nature of the plant is to creep and create ground cover, and in recent years has become more popular again.
Sow the seeds on the surface of damp, firmed compost and cover with more compost. Bottom heat will aid with germination. Transplant seedling to pots once established and plant out once risk of frost has passed.
If using plants to create a lawn then plant approx. 10 to 15 cm apart. Alternatively, if creating a lawn, direct sow onto prepared ground.
Sowing Time: March to May
Approx. Number of Seeds - 300
Approx. Height of plant - 30cm
Approx. Spread of Plant - 25m
Planting Position - Full Sun