Saving chamomile seeds is easy, as long as you catch the tiny seeds before they disperse back into the garden

Chamomile is an annual herb that readily reseeds itself from one year to the next.

If you plan to harvest chamomile seeds, allow the seed heads to first mature on the plant before collecting.

This will ensure seed viability.

Harvest chamomile seeds when the center discs of the flowers have turned brown and dry, and the seeds easily fall away from the flower.

Chamomile plants will have flowers in different stages of maturity, and mature seed heads will be ready to harvest at different times.

Read our full article to find out more information on harvesting chamomile seeds!