Chamomile is a fairly common annual plant that grows around 30 centimetres in height. This variety is highly valued for its inflorescences that should be harvested along with the entire plants at an early stage of its flowering period. Having been harvested, the plants are recommended to be stored in an airy and shaded place. Widely recognised for its medicinal qualities, Chamomile is used for infusions that help stomach problems and can act as a disinfectant.
Growing: sow the seeds fairly densely directly into the soil. The entire plants are ready to be harvested once they have started flowering. Store the harvest in a shaded and airy place.
Each packet contains 0.2g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 3200 seeds (+/- 20%)