We are all familiar with the calming and sedative properties of Chamomile Tea, which can be brewed from either German Chamomile or Roman Chamomile flowers. While they may be used interchangeably when making tea, the two plants have some differences. Roman Chamomile seeds are perennial, and are used to grow a wonderfully low groundcover, with feathery foliage and dainty, white, daisy-like blooms. German Chamomile seeds are annual, and produce a bit taller, bushier version of this plant. Both produce wonderfully aromatic blossoms, which can simply be snipped from your garden and steeped in hot water to make your very own relaxing tea.