(Matricaria recutita) These little daisy-like flowers are native to Europe, Asia, and Africa have been used as a calming, digestive tea for centuries. Cheery blooms sit atop low growing (18”-24”) lacy foliage and will happily reseed if allowed to mature. Wonderful fragrance both fresh and dried. Keep on cutting and it will keep on blooming!
65-75 days. UO
Packet: 200 seeds
Product Code: HER-GC-pkt
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Sow indoors 3-4 weeks before your last frost.
Transplant after last frost.
Direct seed after last frost.
Note: Will self-seed. Plant them where you'd like them to stay!
Surface sow as light aids germination.
6-8" in rows 15-18" apart.
6-14 days @ soil temp 60-70F
Average. Prefers well-drained, and evenly moist soil.
Use fresh or dried for tea to bring calm and digestion.
Edible flowers are perfect sprinkling on cakes, salads, etc.