Food Not Lawns- North Texas
A journal on eco-conscious gardening and agriculture
Friday, June 13, 2014
Chamomile proves easy to grow in North Texas
It's easy to overlook chamomile as a garden crop. It's not used in dishes like basil and cilantro are.
It's just a tea, but when you consider how easy it is to harvest, dry and save for wintertime, it stands out as an easy-to-grow plant that can a wad of cash if you buy much herbal tea.
Marshall Hinsley made this discovery after visiting a garden at a Dallas restaurant.
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