The chamomile plant belongs to the family popularly known as asters, composites, daisies or sunflowers (Asteroideae, formerly known as Compositae). In our models of the flower of a real chamomile, both inflorescences and individual flowers are depicted in a highly detailed and clear fashion. Inflorescences are enlarged by a factor of 10 to 1 with a cut-away along their length to display the internal and external structure. The flowers in full bloom are enlarged by 70 to 1, allowing for a detailed look at their interior. Inflorescences and flowers are mounted securely on a stand with its own base.