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  • Niki Jabbour

    Chamomile is a prolific re-seeder, but smells like fresh apples, attracts beneficials and pollinators and can be easily dried for tea. What's not to love??

  • Savvy Gardening

    Live and learn: Our garden blunders

  • Niki Jabbour

    Chamomile for tea.. and for the pollinators.. and for the beneficial buggies!

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