Growing Chamomile for a Peaceful Garden

Growing Chamomile for a Peaceful Garden

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Ladies and gentlemen, I really believe that we have found the most useful plant in the world of gardening! Camilla, the “potato on earth”, is a beautiful bouquet of unpretentious, cold-resistant and medicinal plants, wrapped in pretty daisy-like flowers. You will surely appreciate the cultivation of chamomile and the whimsical atmosphere that its flowers create.

Chamomile is perhaps best known in the form of tea. Its flowers, when brewed, have a unique soothing aroma, which is supposed to relieve anxiety and decline in strength. In the garden, the plant looks like a wildflower with thin white petals and a sunny yellow domed core. Each chamomile flower is actually an annual inflorescence, which means that it is made up of many closely spaced flowers (like those of a sunflower). They also smell like apples, especially when they are crushed.

Many gardeners grow daisies as companion plants. There are a large number of people infected with the virus. Chamomile also attracts pollinators and beneficial insects. All in all, this is a fantastic addition to any plant or flower garden in the garden.

All about chamomile

In fact, there are several species that are identified as a variety of daisies. The flowers are white and yellow and the flowers are white and yellow. However, only two of these species are used in food and other foods, so we will focus on them. These types of daisies are native to Europe and Western Asia, but today are cultivated all over the world.

The most common form of chamomile is Chamaemelum nobile, or Roman chamomile. This type of chamomile is a perennial, carpet-like and low-growing plant, which makes it an ideal ground cover plant or border. It blooms from summer to early autumn and remains evergreen in zones 4 and above. Propagates easily, so you will have to prune the shoots often.

Another species that you will probably come across is Matricaria chamomilla, or German chamomile (also called Matricaria recutita). Unlike Roman chamomile, it is an annual plant that can grow up to 2 feet tall. Its flowers also have a sweeter taste, so it is usually the preferred plant for commercial cultivation of chamomile. Although it does not persist all winter, German chamomile will often self-seed and appear the following spring. In fact, this species is quite common in the wild in North America.

The room was very clean and the bed comfortable. In ancient times, it was believed that this was literally a gift from the Sun God. In some cultures, the tradition of worshiping the chamomile plant has even been preserved. This herb was used medicinally by Hippocrates, gained popularity in the Middle Ages and still remains a common homeopathic plant.

Finally, research is still needed, but it is believed that chamomile promotes relaxation and reduces inflammation. It is believed that it has many other medicinal properties, but can cause negative reactions when ingested directly. Some people are allergic to this plant, especially those allergic to other flowers of the Asteraceae family, such as ragweed. Consult your doctor before growing chamomile for something other than herbal tea.

Landing

For best results, plant the chamomile seeds indoors about 6 to 8 weeks before the last frosts. The seeds are very light. It takes about 1 to 2 weeks for the seeds to germinate. Seeds can be taken on the street after the peril of frost has passed.

You can also grow chamomile directly in the ground just before the last frosts. It’s also a good idea to take a look at other plants in the area. This herb can be grown in containers, but the flowers really grow and look better in the ground. No matter where you plant, make sure the soil is well drained and in direct sunlight.

Care of chamomile plants

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Water and humidity

One of the few things that puts your chamomile plants at risk is excessive watering. This plant is drought tolerant, so it is better to re-insure and water only when the soil is almost dry. There is a lot of water inside, but there is a lot of it indoors.

Because chamomile is drought-resistant, it does not need a certain level of moisture. However, high humidity can provoke the appearance of pests and ailments, so it is better to keep things dry.

Ground

For the cultivation of chamomile, well-drained soil is needed. As long as the moisture passes through it quickly, you can use the soil of any texture. You can change the drainage of the soil by adding sand or perlite as needed. Roman and German daisies can also grow on soil with low fertility and are generally not sensitive to Ph.

Fertilization

Chamomile plants don’t really care about fertilizer. They adapt so easily that they are considered invasive weeds in some regions, as they grow almost everywhere.

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