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Chamomile Herb Seeds Chamomile Herb Seeds

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Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Flower character : Round white flower with hue yellow centres

Storage : Can be dried and stored for making tea

No. of cuttings : As per requirement, when the flower matures.

Also known as Kaimomail.

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Flower character : Round white flower with hue yellow centres

Storage : Can be dried and stored for making tea

No. of cuttings : As per requirement, when the flower matures.

Also known as Kaimomail.

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SOWING TIME

March - Sep

Sowing Distance

60-70 cms

Days to maturity

65-75 days after germination

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How to sow
Chamomile is a traditional medicinal herb native to western Europe, India, and western Asia. It has become abundant and popularly famous; grown freely in pastures, cornfields, roadsides, and other sunny, well-drained areas all over the world. This fragrant evergreen is a garden favorite. It is also called the physician herb because of its beneficial effect on other herbs as a companion in the garden. The flower blooms grow singly on long stalks attached to the erect, branching, hairy stems. The tiny, daisy-like flowers, blooming May to September, have a small yellow solid cone surrounded by white rays. The leaves are twice divided and have a feathery appearance. They are light green, and somewhat shiny.
Growing guide for Chamomile Seeds

Planting instructions

1 Kcal

Plant Chamomile indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost.

For many regions, the ideal time will be in mid-February or early March.

Fill a seed tray with well-drained soil and simply scatter the seeds over 2-4 inches apart.

Keep the soil moist at 70 degrees F. Sow the seeds directly in a garden as once their roots are established, they should not be transplanted.

Germination can occur in full sun to part shade. Seedlings are likely to emerge in 14-21 days."

Growing Requirements

manure

Chamomile requires full sun to light shade.

soil

Chamomile does not require much rich and organic soil and prefers a neutral pH ranging between 5.6 to 7.5.

temperature

The seeds will germinate best at a temperature of 68 F. (20 C.) "

watering

Make sure that the soil is evenly moist. In case of excess water, make sure it does not stay and drains away quickly.

how to harvest

The ideal time to harvest chamomile flowers is in the morning, when the dew has evaporated and the sun is not that high.

Select the open flowers and pinch the stalk just below the head of the flower.

The bloomed ones will give you the chamomile seeds It will allow the plants to self-seed next year’s patch too.

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