The Q&A Archives: Perennial Chammomile

Question: I have what I believe to be a thriving german chamomile plant in our garden which is 2-3 years old. Is it possible that what is normally classified as an annual could be perennial in our Maritime climate or am I mistaken and have some form of Roman chamomile, which we do have as a low growing ground cover?

Answer: Chammomile is an evergreen perennial that grows in full sun to partial shade. Varieties grow from 3" to 12" inches high, some are upright and some form a low groundcover, but all are perennial herbs.

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