Chamomile is a flowering plant that belongs to the Asteraceae (also called Compositae) family. There are about 4000 species of daisies that vary in size, shape, color and habitat type. Daisy is a herbaceous plant that can reach heights between 7 centimeters and 1.2 meters depending on the species. Daisies, which are not a selective plant, grow in both full sun and part sun or shaded areas. Daisy has green leaves that form rosettes at the base of the stem. Chamomile leaf texture changes and may be covered with hairs or smooth on the surface. The leaves of most daisy species are divided into several lobes and have a narrow base. Each ray or disc flower is an individual flower consisting of a stamen, carpel and ovary. However, the ray flower is sterile. Only disc flora are fertile. Each carpel daisy contains one or more ovaries that contain female reproductive components. The stamen are the male parts of the daisies and produce pollen that fertilize the female parts.