Where Does Chamomile Grow?


Chamomile grows in wet grasslands mainly in the United Kingdom. It is a flower that closely resembles a daisy. This fragrant flower is at it's most ripest during June - July summer months. It does not do well in icy cold climates.
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Chamomile can grow anywhere you have full sun. These seeds do not require to be covered with soil to grow. The origin of chamomile is Europe, Asia and North Africa. You can find more information at www. simplegiftsfarm. com/chamomile. html
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It grows in Europe.
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