German-Chamomile-Tea-Seeds Non GMO Seeds
The sweetly scented flowers of
German chamomile add
an apple-like flavor to tea.
German chamomile some
people say is a medicinal tea
and used by some to help with
sore stomach, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS),
and as a gentle sleep aid.
Other people say they use it for
mild laxative and anti-inflammatory,
anti-bactericidal and anti-ulcer, anti-spasmodic,
and anti-microbial problems and
nasal wash to treat sinusitis.
German Chamomile is also used in shampoos
and hair rinses to lighten blond hair.
German Chamomile grows up to 24 inches tall
and 15 inches wide.
German Chamomile has many thin branches
of finely divided green leaves.
Small ¾-inch white and yellow daisy-like flowers
appear from early through midsummer.
Harvest flowers when first fully opened,
and use fresh or freeze.
Approximately 50 seeds per packet.
Botanical name: Matriciaria recutita
Days To Maturity: 60 - 65 Days.
Requires light to germinate.
Sow seeds on soil surface and press in lightly.
Germinates in 10-14 days at 60F.
Sow seeds in fall or spring in well-drained,
neutral to sightly acid soil.
Grows good in containers.
Spacing: 8 inches apart, in rows 18 inches apart.
Sun: Full sun