I’ve attached a link to this great article about Chamomile. I had to share it!  It was written and originally posted by

If you are considering growing Chamomile, know is difficult to keep up with, but absolutely worth the effort.  The easiest way to harvest it is to cut full stems of it, place them in a basket and pick off the flowers while you are sitting in the shade or in your house.  The flower heads dry beautifully in just a few days if placed in a basket and frequently stirred.  The scent is very much like an apple, with a little something extra.

Plan to harvest it every day, in season, just like Calendula.  If you cut the stems before you leave for work, just bring them inside and cut the flowers off that evening.  If you are a stay-at-home Mom, enlist the kids to help.  In my experience, they usually enjoy the task.