Chamaemelum nobile | Chamomile | Camán meall
Roadsides, pastures, heaths, lake-shores and waste-grounds
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2021
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Considered a native in the south-west and possibly a garden escape on the north-west. Used as a herbal tea and can be grown as a lawn instead of grass. Chamomile is mentioned in Shakespeare's Henry IV 'The Camomile; The more it is trodden on, the faster it grows'.