Can chamomile be grown in pots?
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Similarly, you may ask, where does chamomile grow best?
Plant chamomile in the spring from either seeds or plants. It's easier to establish chamomile herb in your garden from plants or divisions than from seeds, but growing chamomile from seed is also relatively easy. Chamomile grows best in cool conditions and should be planted in part shade, but will also grow full sun.
Likewise, does chamomile transplant well? Transplanting Chamomile Seedlings I've never had a problem doing it. The best time to transplant chamomile seedlings is when they're 2 - 3 inches (5 - 8 cm) tall. Once the plant gets taller and starts to produce buds, it's totally focused on flowering.
Secondly, what kind of soil does chamomile need?
Soil. Chamomile will flower best if grown in full sun and not too rich, organic soil. It will survive in poorer soils, but the stems will be that much floppier. Chamomile is not particular about soil pH, preferring a neutral range of between 5.6 and 7.5.
Does chamomile come back every year?
Roman chamomile is a perennial, growing from the same root year after year. German chamomile is an annual, but don't expect it to grow in the garden for just one year! It self-sows freely and you can bet if you plant it one time, it will spring up in the garden from then on.