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Preparing the area for seeding or planting a chamomile lawn really is the same as for a grass lawn. Dig the area, remove all weeds and as many stones as you can. Then dig in well rotted organic compost.
You may also want to try growing chamomile under and around a garden seat, or in and around a pathway. The fragrant aroma will be released each time the seat is used and the pathway is walked on!
Planting a Chamomile lawn using seedlings or from seed.
Plant chamomile seedlings 15cm apart. Or sow organic compost in seed trays, treating them the same as any seedlings by thinning out and planting when the chamomile has grown into small plants.
Caring and looking after a newly seeded camomile lawn.
Water the chamomile lawn until the plants are starting to spread and look established. At this stage - with your lawn-mower blades set on the highest setting - you can give it its first cut. Thinner patches can be replanted with saved seedlings.