Roman Chamomile Seeds
Roman chamomile is a low growing perennial plant. It produces aromatic, beautiful white flowers that grow 7.5-10 cm (3-4′) tall. The flowers can tolerate light foot traffic, and are often grown to fill in the space between patio stones. Flowers can be used to make a delicious tea!
How to Germinate Roman Chamomile Seeds
Chamomile prefers full sun, and well-draining soil of poor to average average quality. Lightly cover seeds with soil and space 3-6″ apart. Keep soil moist, and do not allow to dry out. The optimal germination temperature of chamomile seeds is around 19 C. Germination may take anywhere between 1-2 weeks.
If sowing directly outdoors, soak the earth, press the seeds into the soil and then lightly cover them. Prefers full sun.