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How easily does chamomile fit into a landscape?

 
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so the fungicide thread makes me wonder.....how easily does chamomile fit into a landscape?
 
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It looks good, according to this herb site:  http://herbgardening.com/growingchamomile.htm

It's an annual plant that will reseed.

Sue
 
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great info! it says in can be a noxious weed. I am contemplating introducing "select noxious weeds" to crowd out the not so useful regular noxious weeds. to see if i can have a useful weeds garden. if I am going ot take the time to yank out weeds I would like to have the option of doing something other than compost them.
 
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