Annual. What could be more soothing than curling up at bedtime with a good book and a cup of chamomile tea made fresh from your garden? A staple of any herb garden, the dried daisy-like flowers are easy to grow for a delicious calming apple-scented tea. The flowers can be dried for floral arrangements, pressed for crafts, or woven into charming wreaths, and their edible petals can be tossed into salads. A beautiful herb to grow in the vegetable garden, chamomile enhances the growth of cucumbers and onions, and attracts beneficial insects. Drought tolerance makes it a great choice for dry sunny areas. Self-sows in ideal conditions.