Definition of False chamomile
1. Noun. Any of various autumn-flowering perennials having white or pink to purple flowers that resemble asters; wild in moist soils from New Jersey to Florida and Texas.
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Literary usage of False chamomile
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1. Familiar Lectures on Botany: Explaining the Structure, Classification, and by Lincoln Phelps (1854)
"... egret consisting of minute bristles, with 2 elongated and opposite bristles. (false chamomile. ..."
2. The American Flower Garden by Neltje Blanchan, Leonard Barron (1909)
"See false chamomile, NATIVE PLANTS, p. 89. BUGLE (Ajuga reptans). Creeper, with blue flowers in May. One of the best carpeting plants. Mint family. ..."