A field of wild camomile.
camomile definition by Webster's New World
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any plant of two genera (Anthemis and Matricaria) of the composite family, with strong-smelling foliage; esp., a plant (A. nobilis) whose dried, daisylike flower heads are used as a medicine and in making tea
Origin: see chamomile
camomile definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Variant of chamomile.