CHAMOMILE (Anthemis nobilis)

Can be raised from seed sown in April. It is grown as a perennial, the roots being lifted and divided like those of the ordinary herbaceous border. Flowers freely all summer, and is very decorative in the herb garden. The dried flowers are used for making chamomile tea, and also for shampoos. (For the Herb Garden.)

02. September 2013 by admin
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