The Chamomiles are not of much garden value, and only a small trade is done in them by nurserymen. They grow in any poor soil in border or rockery, but like plenty of sunshine. They are graceful enough with their finely divided thread-like foliage and Marguerite-like blossoms. The best-known kinds are: A. Aizoon, 4-6 in., white; A. Bie-bersteini, 1-2 ft., white, its variety Marschalliana having yellow flowers; A. cinerea, white; A. macedonica, 6-9 in., white; and A. tinctoria, 18 in., bright yellow, with several improved forms.