Roman Chamomile has a very long history of use as both an ornamental and medicinal herb. Roman Chamomile is very similar in appearance and use to German Chamomile
A tea made from the white flowers is used as an aid to digestion after heavy meals. It is very common in commercial tea blends.
In England, it is used traditionally as a ground cover and in pathways. It will grow to about six inches in height but can be mowed like grass.
Unlike German Chamomile
, Roman Chamomile is a perennial and will do well in Zones 4 to 10. After getting plants started from seeds, you can propagate more plants by dividing the roots in the fall. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 1,850 seeds.