Native flowers Yellow Chamomile seeds
  • Native flowers Yellow Chamomile seeds
  • Native flowers Yellow Chamomile seeds

Native flowers Yellow Chamomile seeds

The Yellow Chamomile occurs naturally in roadsides and sandy plains and is recognizable by its bright yellow, daisy-like flowers. The yellow chamomile or paint chamomile is a wild plant species and does well on poorer soil. The flowers attract many bees and have medicinal properties. A yellow dye can be extracted from the plant.

  • Attractive to bees and other insects
  • Can be used as a dye
  • Medicinal herb
  • Good for biodiversity

The Native Flowers series are seeds from native flowers, which are good for biodiversity in your garden.

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Description

The Yellow Chamomile occurs naturally in roadsides and sandy plains and is recognizable by its bright yellow, daisy-like flowers. The yellow chamomile or paint chamomile is a wild plant species and does well on poorer soil. The flowers attract many bees and have medicinal properties. A yellow dye can be extracted from the plant.

  • Attractive to bees and other insects
  • Can be used as a dye
  • Medicinal herb
  • Good for biodiversity

The Native Flowers series are seeds from native flowers, which are good for biodiversity in your garden.

Sowing Native flowers:

Sow the Yellow Chamomile seeds in the open ground in a sunny place. The flowering period of the Yellow Chamomile is from June to October.

Flowers are vital for bees, butterflies and other pollinators. They obtain the necessary nectar and pollen from flowers and also ensure the fertilization of the plants.

It is important that bees and butterflies can easily enter the flowers. Many 'modern' flowers have now grown to such an extent that the stamens and pistil are almost impossible for bees and butterflies to reach.

The best way to help wild bees, butterflies and other types of pollinators is to grow wild native flowers in your garden.

Specifications

Reference
TH-NAT-087005
EAN
8710796870054
Tags
Brand
Buzzy Thema Series

Other features

English names
Dyers' Chamomile, Golden Marguerite, Ox-eye Chamomile, Yellow Camomile, Yellow Chamomile
Botanic name
Anthemis tinctoria
Specialty
Wildbloemen
Category
Biennial
Aantrekkelijk voor
Bees & Butterflies
Planting time
March - October
Flowering period
June - September
Height
30-60cm
Color
Yellow
Contents
0,10 grams
Collection
Buzzy - Native Flowers