|When to Harvest||Harvest the small, sweet-smelling flowers when they are fully open. Use the petals fresh or dry.|
|When to sow||Sow late March to mid-May either indoors or direct where it is to grow. If starting indoors, be sure to harden seedlings off before they are transplanted. The optimal temperature for germination: 19°. Bottom heat speeds germination.|
German Chamomile is self-seeding annual. This chamomile plant grows up to 6 inches to 2 feet tall. Traditionally German chamomile has been used to calm, feed and soothe the nervous system and to support good digestion.