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I saw a video a while back and the gentleman was making Pineappleweed tea. As soon as he showed the petalless flowers I knew what the plant was, as I remembered it from my youth.

That was about 1 year ago and I finally found the plant, being so small it's kind of hard to spot. But, it makes a great tea, calming, refreshing and soothing.

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It does indeed make a good tea!

Some of it, on gravel paths around our yard, doesn't get very big, but the stuff that comes up on the dirt paths in my garden get pretty big along the edges. It also does good on the sides of the dirt road we live on.

Smells and tastes like Chamomile!
 

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It does indeed make a good tea!

Some of it, on gravel paths around our yard, doesn't get very big, but the stuff that comes up on the dirt paths in my garden get pretty big along the edges. It also does good on the sides of the dirt road we live on.

Smells and tastes like Chamomile!
I got the wrong Quote the first time.
 

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Aesops Ant (not Aunt)
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Is this like "Pineapple Express"? Hrmmmmmm :lolsmash:
 

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Pineapple Weed is NOT chamomile! The flowers of Chamomile open and have white petals. The flowers of pineapple weed don't open. You have just the yellowish center, the "ball" on top of the plant.

They are from the same family though.
 
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