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Chamomile Seed Balls

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German chamomile is a bright and cheerful plant that is easy to grow. In tea, it tastes like sunshine feels! Bright green, feathery leaves persist into the cooler months, adding color to a gray November scene. German chamomile spreads less readily than Roman chamomile, and so it is a preferable choice. 

Like all our veggies, these are non-GMO.


    1. Pick a spot that gets good sun.
    2. Plant after the risk of frost, but before Mid June.
    3. Sow chamomile seed balls 12 inches apart. 
    4. Water when the soil gets dry. 
    5. Harvest chamomile flowers after petals repose towards stem. Dry in the sun, and store cool and dry for tea. 

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