(Anthemis nobilus ‘Treneague Apple’)
An attractive non flowering perennial with fine foliage which makes a soft apple scented lawn – Chamomile comes from the Greek meaning ground apple. This cultivar comes from Higher Treneague Farm in UK.
Partners with fragrant herbs for use in fresh pot-pourri. Health/Cooking/Medicinal: Leaves can be used in tea although the benefits are not as good as with the flowers of normal Chamomile.
Plant in a part to full sun position with well drained but moist soil. Makes a delightful lawn that gives of a strong apple scent when walked on. Plant at about 20 plants per square metre for best results.
Regular applications of Seasol and Powerfeed will give optimum growing conditions. Regular watering is needed during dry periods.
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