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Chamomile German Seeds


Chamomile German Seeds

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Item #H-3531 | 1000 Seeds 
Chamomile Seeds produce small fragrant yellow or white flowers used in brewing tea, making perfume. Sow seed in late winter or early spring. Package (1000 seeds).

How to Grow  Chamomile from Seeds


  • Sow seed in late winter or early spring.
  • 21 days to germinate with temp of 70º.
  • Sow 2 seeds per inch and plant ¼" deep.
  • Cover lightly, as they need light to germinate .
  • Thin plants to 6" apart.
  • German chamomile not recommended for containers.
  • Chamomile grows to a height of 20 to 30 inches (50 - 70cm).
  • Chamomile plants should be spaced 6 inches (15 cm) apart.
  • Chamomile will grow in a relatively wide pH range between 5.6 (acidic) and 7.5 (neutral).
  • From seed. Direct sow in spring or fall. Fall sown seeds germinate following spring. Seeds need light to germinate. 10 to 21 days.
  • Well drained, poor to average soil.

Chamomile grown outdoors prefers full sun but will tolerate some shade. If you use lamps Keep standard fluorescent lamps between 2 and 4 inches from the tops of the plants, high output and compact fluorescents approximately one foot above the plants, and HID lights between 2 and 4 feet above the plants, depending on wattage. Have an oscillating fan gently stir seedlings for at least 2 hours per day to stimulate shorter, sturdier, and more natural plant habit. Water on a regular schedule, taking care to not over water. Chamomile may be considered a noxious weed or invasive plant in some areas.

Chamomile is known to attract bees, butterflies or birds and has fragrant blossoms. Chamomile self-sows freely; remove flowers (deadhead) if you do not want volunteer seedlings the following season.

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