Chamomile, unlike other herbs, is harvested just for its lovely daisy-like flowers, which are then preserved. Chamomile preservation basically means drying the chamomile flowers. There are four chamomile drying techniques. Click here to find out how to dry chamomile.
All chamomile types produce an abundance of seed that will quickly self-sow wherever it lands in warm, loose soil. Click on the following article to learn more about growing chamomile from seed and when to plant chamomile seeds in the garden.
Chamomile is usually the go-to remedy for so many things, but what can you go to when it is a chamomile plant that needs a remedy - for example, how to make a chamomile plant flower if it?s not. Learn more about non-blooming in chamomile here.
If you're so fond of the tea that you decide to grow chamomile in your own garden, you may be surprised to find that there are different types of seeds and plants available. Click here to learn about distinguishing between different chamomile varieties.
Growing chamomile in containers is definitely possible and, in fact, works like a charm if you?re worried that chamomile, a generous self-seeder, may be too rambunctious in the garden. Click this article to learn more about growing chamomile in a pot.
Traditionally, many generations have appreciated chamomile for its curative qualities, and to this day, people rely on chamomile tea to calm frazzled nerves and relax at bedtime. But is chamomile edible, and if so, what parts of chamomile are edible? Find out here.
Chamomile is useful for so many ailments and is easy to grow too, but how do you know when to pick chamomile? Not only do you need to know when to harvest chamomile, but how to harvest chamomile. Click this article to find out about picking chamomile plants.
If you?ve never thought about growing your own chamomile tea plant for tea brewing, now?s the time. Chamomile is easy to grow and thrives in a variety of areas. Use the information from this article to find out how to grow chamomile for tea.
Chamomile tea is a mild herbal tea often used for its calming effects and for its ability to calm mild stomach upsets. However, using chamomile tea for gardening may offer surprising benefits that most people haven?t considered. Learn more here.
Chamomile tea is an age old remedy for many problems in gardens. Companion planting with chamomile is an even easier way to heal the garden. Learn more about what to plant with chamomile in this article.
While it will thrive outdoors, chamomile will also grow very well indoors in a pot. Learn more about how to grow chamomile indoors using the information found in this article. Click here for additional info.