Chamomile lawn

Harriet Cotter asked 14 years ago

I planted a Chamomile lawn in spring and it has done really well. I trimmed it back in july but left some which flowered beautifully. I wonder now tho’ what I should do with it now and in spring? IT has some weeds, which I will pull out but should I feed it, if so, with what? will it withstand a severe winter?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 6 years ago
Chamomile as a lawn is not as durable as grass, either in terms of wear or weather and tends to be more patchy. The plants are best when young and fresh. Weeds must be winkled out when you see them.

Feed in early spring with a general fertilizer and top-dress with a couple of centimetres of good sieved soil if you have it.

Flowering generally shortens the life of the plants.