Roman chamomile - Chamaemelum nobile L

Imagine a garden where each inhalation of the fragrant air plunges you into a state of absolute well-being. Legba Roman Chamomile Seeds are your first step towards this oasis of peace. Easy to grow, they are perfect for beginner gardeners and those looking to add a touch of originality to their green space.

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Roman Chamomile - seeds

Roman Chamomile - seeds

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The Aromatic Treasure of Your Garden

Why Choose Our Roman Chamomile Seeds?

Purity and Optimal Germination: Our Roman chamomile seeds are selected for their superior quality, guaranteeing optimal germination to create a haven of peace in your garden.

Ease of Growing : Suitable for gardeners of all levels, our seeds promise an easy growing experience, whether you are a beginner or an expert.

Medicinal and Relaxing Virtues : Roman chamomile is renowned for its relaxing and medicinal properties, ideal for creating soothing herbal teas or for enriching your medicinal garden.

How to Grow Roman Chamomile?

Sowing: Sow your seeds in spring, on the surface of well-drained soil, under a light layer of potting soil. Sunny exposure to partial shade is ideal.

Germination: Seeds germinate in 20 to 30 days. Keep the soil slightly moist during this time.

Maintenance: Roman chamomile requires little maintenance. Moderate watering and fertile soil are enough for it to flourish.

Create Your Relaxation Corner

Roman chamomile, with its delicate flowers and captivating scent, is perfect for decorating relaxation areas in your garden or lining paths, offering a unique sensory experience.

Precautions and Tips

Our Roman chamomile seeds are grown with respect for the environment, without chemical treatment. We advise you to inform yourself about local regulations before use.

Shipping info (size, period...)

The seeds are available all year round, packaged in waterproof doypack bags.

Detailed Description and Benefits

Botanical Description of Roman Chamomile;

Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) belongs to the Asteraceae family, just like daisies and sunflowers. This perennial plant is characterized by creeping stems and deeply divided green leaves, giving a fine and delicate appearance. The flowers, recognizable by their radiant white petals around a yellow center, usually emerge in summer, giving off a sweet, soothing scent. Originally from Europe and North Africa, Roman chamomile has become acclimatized in many temperate regions around the world.

The benefits of Roman Chamomile : are numerous, thanks to its active components such as bisabolol, chamazulene, and various flavonoids. Traditionally used for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties, it is particularly appreciated as an infusion to promote restful sleep and soothe nervous tension. When used externally, it helps to relieve skin irritations and mild inflammations, thanks to its soothing and restorative properties. Roman chamomile is also used to support digestion, helping to reduce bloating and gastrointestinal discomfort

How to cultivate it? Growing guide

Soil type : Choose a light, well-drained soil with a neutral to slightly alkaline pH.

Watering: Keep the soil moist, but not soggy, especially during germination.

Sowing temperature: Ideal between 15°C and 20°C for optimal germination.

Sowing time : Sow in spring, after the last frost, or in autumn in regions with mild climates.

Flowering period: Wait until summer to see the charming white flowers appear.

Temperature and exposure: Roman chamomile likes full sun to partial shade and tolerates summer temperatures well.

Hardiness : It resists the cold well, withstanding temperatures down to -10°C.

Did you know? (Discover exciting stories!)

  • Ancient Discovery : Roman Chamomile, scientifically known as Chamaemelum nobile , enjoys a rich past anchored in ancient civilizations. It was revered across Europe, North Africa and Asia for its medicinal qualities, cherished by herbalists and healers throughout the ages.

  • Origins of the Name : The name "Roman Chamomile" comes from its widespread use throughout the Roman Empire, where it was valued for its soothing and healing properties. The term "nobile" in its botanical name, Chamaemelum nobile , reflects its esteemed status, translating to "noble" in Latin, emphasizing its distinguished place among herbs.

  • Cultural Significance : Throughout history, Roman Chamomile has been intertwined with various religious and tribal traditions, symbolizing peace, purity and healing. Its calming scent and gentle nature made it a staple in spiritual rituals and ceremonies, providing comfort and tranquility to those who sought its gentle embrace.

  • Royal Remedies : In the Middle Ages, Roman Chamomile was a favored herb in the royal courts. Royalty and nobility often used its essence in aromatic baths and infusions, seeking its renowned benefits for skin health and its ability to soothe the mind and body.

  • Botanical Versatility : Roman Chamomile's influence extended beyond well-being; it was used in the first cosmetic formulations and perfumery. Its sweet, apple-like scent and skin-soothing properties made it a popular ingredient in lotions, balms and perfumes, valued for its ability to impart a feeling of natural elegance and well-being.


  1. How are the seeds stored and for how long?
    Roman chamomile seeds should be stored in a cool, dry place, ideally in an airtight container to avoid humidity. If stored properly, they can remain viable for 2 to 3 years.
  2. What is the germination time?
    Roman chamomile seeds generally germinate in 1 to 2 weeks under optimal conditions, including a temperature around 18-20°C and good exposure to light.
  3. With which plant can Roman chamomile be combined?
    Roman chamomile pairs well with plants like lavender and mint, benefiting from a mutual repellent effect against certain pests and sharing similar soil and watering needs.
  4. Does it repel certain pests?
    Yes, Roman chamomile has repellent properties against certain garden pests, helping to protect neighboring plants.
  5. Where to buy chamomile seeds?
    Quality Roman Chamomile seeds are available to purchase from Legba, where they are carefully selected to ensure efficient germination and healthy plants. Visit our website to discover our range of products.

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Each packet contains Roman Chamomile seeds, carefully selected to ensure superior quality and efficient germination.

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