PICKUP OF PLANTS WILL BE MAY 26 AFTERNOON AND MAY 27 MORNING
Roman chamomile is characterized by its creeping growth pattern, and sweet woody smell; a traditional English groundcover herb; useful for filling spaces between flagstones, cracks, and paths. Avoid matted growth by trimming down or mowing. Unlike other chamomile varieties, Roman chamomile is not self seeding so doesn't get out of hand. Plants can be split and relocated every 2-3 years.
Common Name Chamomile Latin Name Chamaemelum nobile Variety Roman (Perennial) H x W 8-24" x 8-12" Light Requirements Sun Habit Herb Plant Uses Flower Key Function Edible Other Functions