I have a Chamomile lawn that in its 2nd year is beginning to look the business.
Was wondering if there is a recommended 'feed' for it.
Also wondering how much care i should take regarding winter and frost danger? (is it hardy enough to survive?)
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All the chamomile I've ever seen in my lifetime really seemed to appreciate growing in nutrient-poor and well-drained conditions, often poking up in the middle of a rocky-dirt roadway. It always seemed very hardy in nature to me, but definitely something that prefers abundant sunshine.
It must be a very nice and low-maintenance ground cover as well as having that nice smell and pretty little yellow flowers :)