CHAMOMILE ROMAN FOR A SCENTED HERBAL GRASS LAWN! SCENTED HERBS HERBAL MEDICINAL HONEY BEES LOVE IT! $1.30

EVER WANTED A DELICIOUSLY SCENTED CHAMOMILE LAWN AND/OR FRESH CHAMOMILE TEA? IT SOUND SO ROMANTIC AND IT REALLY IS SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL! AND NO MOWING – EVER!!! YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE FEELING OF LAYING ON THE SOFTNESS OF A CHAMOMILE LAWN UNLESS YOU MAKE ONE!

ROMAN CHAMOMILE IS THE LAWN CHAMOMILE THAT EVERYONE TALKS ABOUT! GREAT UNDER SEATING IN YOUR GARDEN AS YOU CRUSH IT WHEN YOU SIT AND PUT YOUR FEET ON IT RELEASING THE AMAZING SCENT, PERFECT IN AREAS THAT REAL LAWN IS NOT WANTED OR IS A BUGGER TO MOW – PLUS YOU CAN DRINK IT IN TEAS AND INFUSIONS, USE IT IN HERBAL MEDICINES AND PUT IT INTO YOUR PILLOW TO CREATE RESTFUL SLEEP!

Description
Lawn chamomile is not hardy enough to withstand heavy traffic but you can sprinkle the seeds in the cracks of your pavement or open the slabs up a bit and pop some soil in between, this way you can still walk on it and create that stunning scent without damaging the plants! You can also make a sleeping garden – one where you would lay down and breath it all in without actually using it as a thoroughfare.

If you want to seed a whole lawn, then grow your seeds in trays so you get the maximum spread and can plant them in equal spaces – once you have the seedlings up you can use every single one to create your lawn, your thinning out will basically be planting in! Chamomile is one of the nicest lawns I have ever laid on! And we are going to create one in our own garden soon which I am really looking forward to!

Chamomile is also a great lawn for fairy gardens, it makes tiny white and yellow flowers adding to the sights, smells and giving that little bit of extra realism to your gardens!

Grow Notes
Chamomile will bloom more often when there is good drainage in the soil, a soil with a PH of 5.5-7.5 is optimal. It likes full to part sun and a moist soil.

Sow
Chamomile does not like too much disturbance so if you can sow direct into the garden you should, however a tray is fine if you can wedge the seedlings out with the soil that surrounds them and them space them out in your garden.

Spread seeds over the moist soil and cover very lightly at 1mm, keep the soil moist until germination then gradually cut down the watering times.

The best time to plant is from late Winter to mid-Summer, I have been able to germinate this between these times very well. If you are in a colder environment wait until daytime temps are around 22C.

Germination
7-14 days at 12-25°C

Maturity
230 days

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Seed Count: 50
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