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??
Live and learn: Our garden blunders
Chamomile for tea.. and for the pollinators.. and for the beneficial buggies!
The reseeding chamomile does is mannerly enough for me.
chamomile, so pretty and smell heavenly in the herb garden; they're easy to grow from seed and naturalize well if you leave the second batch of flowers (after harvesting for tea, etc) to wilt and go to seed
DIY How to Dry Your Own Herbs
Something Ancient and magical about this tiny kitchen. Its more of an apothecary! Which in my opinion is what kitchens should be :)
Who else loves lavender? Clean smells are a must when selling a house! Hint: The smell of baking cookies in a open house is perfect for making a house feel like home.
Chamomile is a promiscuous re-seeder in the garden, but is easily controlled by pulling or digging up unwanted plants. Share your extras wit...
Harvesting a Bowl of Comfort : Lavender & Chamomile