Perennial medicinal plant, requiring little maintenance, producing pretty white flowers reminiscent of the daisy. It would be useful for people suffering from migraines and rheumatism. The leaves and flowers are eaten as an herbal tea. Young leaves are less bitter. Not to be confused with German chamomile. 90 days.
Direct sowing in spring after the risk of frost, spaced 40-45 cm apart. Or inside to have some on hand if needed!
Our seeds are reproducible. You can preserve them and share them around you.
Heirloom and open-pollinated varieties grown naturally in the garden.
Let's take care of life, one seed at a time!