Corn Chamomile (Anthemis arvensis) also known as Field Chamomile. Plant Type: can reach 70cm in height (28inches). Generally considered an annual, Flowers: . They are white (rays), with yellow disk. Blooms first appear in mid spring and continue into late summer. Habitat: Fields, gardens and disturbed areas. Range: Native to Europe now naturalized in much of North America.
KEUKENHOF GARDEN, HOLLAND The Dutch are known for lots of pretty things--windmills, wooden shoes, canals. But its their amazing bulb fields that get us every time. Think corn fields, but with tulips. And for eight weeks between March and May, Keukenhof Garden, located just outside Amsterdam, showcases millions of the most gorgeous blossoming bulbs.
Turn one bed into a cornfield--- You can plant corn in a staggered pattern that will yield 4 to 6 ears of corn a week for four weeks. Here’s how: To grow a little corn field in a 4×4’ bed, you’ll want to plant one row at a time for a staggered crop. Corn likes to be planted deeply, so get 16 disposable cups that are about 6” tall and cut the bottoms out of them. Divide your bed into 16 square feet. Beginning with the