Chamomile, Garden Chamomile, Russian Chamomile
Ancient Greeks called it ground apple due to its fruity scent. An infusion of the dried flowers has antispasmodic effects and has been useful for relieving cramps and intestinal gas.
Source of plant
Richters, Sandy Mush Herb Nursery
Pleasantly aromatic, creeping, much-branched perennial reaching 12" in height. Stems decumbent or ascending, downy; leaves to 2" long, sparsely hairy, 2-3-pinnnately divided, the segments linear-bristly orfiliform. Flower heads to 1" across, receptacle conical, disc florets yellow, rays white; achenes 3-angled.
USDA Hardiness Zone