Genus: Chamomile

Chamaemelum

Chamomile (Chamaemelum)
kam-ah-MEL-um
Asteraceae
In the genus Chamaemelum are a handful of aromatic annuals and perennials grown for their feathery leaves and daisy-shaped flowers. Foliage and flowers may be dried and used in potpourri or herbal tea respectively. Grow in an herb garden, as edging, in a border, at waterside, or along a path.
Noteworthy characteristics:  Aromatic plants. Feathery leaves and daisy-like flowers that are good for drying.
Care:  Grow in full sun and well-drained, preferably light, sandy soil.
Propagation: 

Sow seeds where they are to grow, or divide plants, in spring.

Problems: 

Rarely troubled by pests or diseases.

Species, varieties and clutivars for genus Chamaemelum

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Chamomile
Chamaemelum nobile and cvs.