To grow chamomile, start some chamomile seeds indoors about 6 weeks before the last expected frost, or plant seeds outdoors in late spring or summer. If you start seeds indoors, wait to plant them until after all danger of frost has passed. Since chamomile likes lots of sun, choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-draining soil. For soil with poor drainage and lots of nutrients, go with German chamomile because it’s hardier than other varieties. Scroll down to learn how to care for and harvest chamomile!
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