Chamomile lawn has sweet smelling foliage especially when freshly mown, Anthemis Nobilis has pretty daisy like single flowers, used for groundcover, herb lawn and a Culinary herb (True chamomile lawn cannot be grown from seed it is non flowering ). For a lawn space plants 6 inches apart, planting in the garden space 12 inches apart.
Used as a doctor plant Anthemis nobilis helps strengthen plants. An infusion of chamomile added to the water of cut flowers helps them to stay fresh looking longer. Evergreen Perennial. Anthemis nobilis, Chamaemelum nobile - Known as Chamomile lawn, Camomile, English Chamomile, Garden Dogfennel, Perennial Chamomile, Roman Chamomile