This variety is often grow commercially to be used in potpourri and for medicinal uses. Hearty producer of small flowers that resemble daisies.
You can either start chamomile in seed trays or you can direct sow them into the soil.
If sowing in a seed tray simply start them indoors 6 to 8 weeks before setting them in the garden. Keep soil moist and at a temperature around 70 degrees until they emerge. They should emerge in 14 to 21 days. Make sure seedlings get light daily.
If direct sowing only plant them after danger of frost has past. Plant them in normal soil, not rich soil, but average well drained soil. Once they emerge thin down to one plant every 10 inches or so. Harvest when petals begin to droop.