Chamomile Lawn - Knowledgebase Question

Lakewood, CO
Question by jvlp
March 30, 1999
I am intrested in starting a Roman Chamomile lawn. However I still have a few concerns; those being cost, feasibilty, and maintenance?


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Answer from NGA
March 30, 1999

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Chamomile forms a soft-textured, spreading, 3"-12" tall mat of bright light green, finely cut, aromatic leaves and small button-like yellow flowers during the summer months. It's an excellent lawn substitute if mowed occasionally. The non-flowering variety 'Treneague' needs no mowing. You can start your Chamomile plants about 12" apart and they will spread to fill in by the end of the season.

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