This attractive herb produces pretty white flowers with yellow cone-shaped centres and light green feathery foliage. The flowers give off an apple-like fragrance when crushed and this gives the herb its name - chamomile comes from the Greek for "earth-apple". It is widely used in herbal medicine, often as an aid to sleep and a remedy for digestive problems.
For best results, seeds are best sown directly into the ground where required from March to May. It can be harvested from June to Ausust
Common name:Matricaria chamomilla, German chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, Wild chamomile, Scented mayweed
Packet Content:500 (Approx)