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Matricaria chamomillaSeed should be sown in spring or autumn in situ. Germination should take place within 3 weeks.
A pleasantly sweetly scented native plant with small, white, highly aromatic, Daisy-like flowers. These are dried and used in numerous ways in the treatment of numerous ailments from toothache to haemorrhoids. They are also used in flavouring such things as the liqueur Benedictine and for enhancing fruit flavours. 1-2 ft.