Chamaemelum nobile – Roman Chamomile – 1-Quart (Non-native)
Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile), also called lawn chamomile, as that is what the ancient Romans used it for. A hardy, creeping plant with a sweet aroma similar to green apples or pineapples. Often confused with the medicinal German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) but they’re from different species. Delicate white flowers appear in summer. Prefers full sun or light shade and a well-drained soil.