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An erect annual with small, daisylike flowers, is used to make chamomile tea and posesses a number of medicinal qualities. Chamomile is a good companion plant for basil, wheat, onion, cabbage and cucumbers, as well as increasing the essential oil production of many other herbs it is planted near. Chamomile is known to attract bees, butterflies or birds and has fragrant blossoms. Chamomile self-sows freely; remove flowers (deadhead) if you do not want volunteer seedlings the following season.
Grows in well-draining, poor to average soil.
Upright, sprawling habit.
Fern-like green leaves.
Small white, daisy-like flowers with large yellow centers.