Chamomile - Live Plant

Chamomile - Live Plant

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Embrace the soothing essence of nature as our delicate chamomile graces your space with its ethereal beauty and calming aroma. 

With its charming foliage and timeless appeal, our Chamomile Live Plant is not only a delightful addition to your decor but also a Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just beginning your green journey, this versatile plant is easy to grow and maintain, ensuring a bountiful harvest of relaxation and wellness. cherished companion on your journey to wellness and mindfulness. It is available in a 3.5” pot, ready to elevate your space with gentle elegance.


About Chamomile

Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) captivates both eyes and senses with its delicate daisy-like flowers and feathery green foliage. In the culinary realm, chamomile is a versatile herb, prized for its subtle floral flavor and gentle sweetness. It can be brewed into a comforting tea, infused into baked goods, or added as a fragrant garnish to salads and desserts.

Chamomile boasts a rich history of medicinal use, celebrated for its myriad health benefits. Its tea is revered for soothing stress, promoting relaxation, and improving sleep quality. It is valued for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-microbial properties, making it a cherished ingredient in natural skincare products and herbal remedies for ailments ranging from digestive discomfort to skin irritations.


How to Use Chamomile

  • Tincture: Soak dried and chopped chamomile leaves and stems in grain alcohol for 4 to 6 weeks. This creates a strong liquid packed with chamomile's essence.
  • Tea:  Steep dried chamomile leaves and flowers in hot water for 10 minutes to extract chamomile's good stuff, making a relaxing drink.
  • Salve: Blend chamomile-infused oil with beeswax to fashion a gentle topical salve, ideal for external applications.
  • Vinegar Infusion: Soak dried chamomile leaves and stems in apple cider or white wine vinegar for 2 to 4 weeks. Shake it now and then, add more vinegar for extra strength.

Chamomile - Live Plant Frequently Asked Questions

Is Chamomile an annual or perennial plant?

Chamomile is typically a perennial plant, meaning it can live for more than two years. However, it can also be grown as an annual in some regions, especially where winters are harsh.


How much space should be needed to grow Chamomile?

If you're growing it in a garden bed or container, each plant typically needs about 6 to 12 inches of space between them to allow for healthy growth and air circulation. This spacing ensures that the plants have enough room to spread out and receive adequate sunlight and nutrients.


What zone does Chamomile grow in?

Chamomile is generally hardy in USDA hardiness zones 3 through 9. 


When should I harvest Chamomile?

Chamomile is typically harvested when the flowers are fully open but still young and vibrant, usually in the morning after the dew has dried but before the sun is too hot. This is when the flowers contain the highest concentration of essential oils and beneficial compounds, giving you the most flavorful and aromatic harvest.


Does Chamomile flower or fruit?

Chamomile primarily flowers, producing delicate, daisy-like blooms with white petals and yellow centers. These flowers are the most recognizable part of the chamomile plant and are prized for their fragrance and medicinal properties. It typically does not produce traditional fruits like those found on fruit-bearing plants such as apples or oranges. Instead, after the flowers bloom and are pollinated, they may produce small, dry seed heads containing tiny seeds.


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