Most folks are familiar with Chamomile for its use in relaxing teas and such, but it is also an excellent plant for use in the landscape. Roman Chamomile, not to be confused with German Chamomile, is a low-growing, mat-forming, easy-to-grow and hardy evergreen perennial herb with lacy, fern-like green foliage that smells like a sour apple Jolly Rancher candy! Gardeners in England use it as a groundcover or to fill the gaps between stepping stones in paths. It also serves as a good soil cover in container gardens. Throughout summer and into fall, bright white daisy-like flowers with golden eyes rise just above the foliage attracting the attention of butterflies and other beneficial pollinators. The fragrant flowers and the leaves can be used in potpourri in combination with other dried flowers. Get all the details below!