The sweet-scented flowers of chamomile are used to make chamomile tea which has a distinctive apple-like flavor and fragrance. (Matricaria recutita)
Medicinal: Chamomile has long been used as a carminative, and as an anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer remedy to protect gastric mucous membranes. It is also anti-spasmodic, and anti-microbial. Used as a nasal wash to treat sinusitis.
Growing instructions: Annual. A light dependent germinator. Germination at 55°F to 65°F. Transplant. Keep 8" apart. Full sun. Grows 24"-30" tall.
Packet: 0.33 g - approximately 3168 seeds