Easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Performs well in light sandy soils. Tolerates light shade. Tolerates poor soils. Best with regular moisture.
||1.00 to 2.00 feet
||White rays with yellow center disk
||June to August
||easy to grow
Planting and care
- Light: Full sun to part shadeWater: Keep the potting soil moist but never soggy
- Sandy, well-draining soil is best for chamomile
German Chamomile care
- German chamomile can be directly sown after all danger of frost has passed
- Direct sow in average but well drained soil in full sun at the recommended planting time
- Remove weeds and work organic matter into the top 6-8 inches of soil; then level and smooth
- Sow seeds evenly and cover with ¼ inches of fine soil
||Dry to medium
||70 degrees F.
||Apply any organic fertilizer
German Chamomile special feature
Numerous additional uses for this herb beyond tea include (a) culinary (addition to cream cheese, fruit preparations and salads), (b) cosmetic (add to compresses or floral waters), (c) medicinal (add to creams for treatment of minor inflammations, wounds or irritations of mouth or gums), (d) add to potpouris and (e) sachet pouch for bath water.
German Chamomile uses
- Unverified information Chamomilla is a widely recognized herb in Western culture
- Its medicinal usage dates back to antiquity where such notahles as Hippocrates, Galen, and Asclepius made written reference to it
- A common ingredient today in herbal teas because of its calming, carminative, and spasmolytic properties, it is also a popular ingredient in topical health and beauty products tor its soothing and anti-inflammarory effects on skin