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    Also known as English chamomile, garden chamomile, ground apple, low chamomile, mother's daisy or whig plant. See why chamomile has been cultivated for centuries. It continues to be widely used in herbal medicine, as well having many potential uses in modern pharmacology. Chamaemelum nobile is easy to grow in most climates, and tolerates most soil types. Originating from Europe and Asia, it has become naturalized nearly all over the world. Most often grown for its aromatic essential oils, it also attracts a wide range of pollinators and other beneficial insects. The white flowers with gold-yellow centers are a great addition to any garden and will readily self-seed in most climates. If kept in cool and dark conditions, properly dried Chamaemelum nobile seeds can be stored for years. Purchase some now to get your medicinal herb garden started off right!

    Zones USDA 5-9
    Life Cycle annual
    Uses edible*(flowers, leaves), herb/spice, medicinal*, utility (dye, repellent, essential oil)
    Notes May cause dermatitis (skin irritation).
    Breed Status Open Pollinated
    Synonyms Anthemis nobilis

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