Perennial "Roman Chamomile" (Chamaemelum nobile) gets along well with (and can even hold its' own with) different mints (including lemon balm, bee balm, hyssop, germander, horehound) and I let the annual "German Chamomile" (Matricaria recutita) type self-seed around my beds along with buckwheat, daikon radish, and red russian kale.
Colin McGee wrote:I'm looking for suggestions for vegetables to plant next to a patch of chamomile. Any ideas?
Potatoes and onions, together. The chamomile is a good smelly herb, the potatoes create a canopy, and the onions emerge from the canopy, as well as being stinky.
Earthworks are the skeleton; the plants and animals flesh out the design.
Here’s good advice for practice: go into partnership with nature; she does more than half the work and asks none of the fee. – Martin H. Fischer