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German chamomile grows up to 2 feet tall and is more spindly and bush-like. Roman is more like a carpet. We're growing both, but the Roman hasn't flowered yet. German is what you typically would buy from the store, so I'd guess the Roman is the icky tasting one though I hope yours is a fluke!
I tasted our Roman chamomile flower today and it was quite icky...
There's a relative that grows as a volunteer. Here's a test: pick a flower and squeeze it until, you can smell it. If you like the smell, you can use it for tea.LindaTheratracelosers.com
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