German chamomile, Wild Chamomile

Matricaria chamomilla syn. Matricaria recutita

How to plant Chamomile seeds

'Bodegold German' chamomile white flower with yellow center HR00042

BODEGOLD German Chamomile

Bodegold is an improved German Chamomile strain with high essential oil content (.9%), and high levels of the medicinal compounds bisabolol and chamazulene. White blossoms with yellow centers are sweet, and easy to pick.

To make an herbal tea: steep dried German chamomile flowers for 10-15 minutes, keep covered; use 2 teaspoons of dried flowers per cup. Scientific research indicates German Chamomile tea stimulates immune system's infection fighting cells. Tea also shows evidence of aiding digestion, soothing frayed nerves. A 2 ft. tall, summer blooming annual. Packet is ¼ gram, about 1,200 seeds.

¼ gram - $2.49

How to Plant and Grow German Chamomile

Bee introduces how to plant

Plant Chamomile Seeds: Sow German chamomile seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil, do not cover. Light aids germination, which occurs in 10-14 days when kept at 70°F. Can be direct sown into prepared seed beds in rows. Thin to groups of 3-4 seedlings, spaced 10-12 in. apart. Learn more about growing German chamomile from seed.

Grow Chamomile: Grow chamomile in full sun. Plants tolerate poor soil. Will usually self-sow.