German chamomile is a bright and cheerful plant that is easy to grow. In tea, it tastes like sunshine feels! Bright green, feathery leaves persist into the cooler months, adding color to a gray November scene. German chamomile spreads less readily than Roman chamomile, and so it is a preferable choice.
Like all our veggies, these are non-GMO.
- Pick a spot that gets good sun.
- Plant after the risk of frost, but before Mid June.
- Sow chamomile seed balls 12 inches apart.
- Water when the soil gets dry.
- Harvest chamomile flowers after petals repose towards stem. Dry in the sun, and store cool and dry for tea.