Feverfew

Feverfew - Seeds & Bulbs

Feverfew
(Tanacetum (Chrysanthemum) parthenium)

Popular as an ornamental in Victorian gardens and as an herbal remedy for centuries, Feverfew is a reliable, unfussy plant with masses of small, charming, white flowers on strong-scented, ferny, yellow-green foliage. In a cottage-style garden, use as a long-blooming 'filler' between other old-fashioned flowers such as roses. Also known as featherfew, compositae, bachelor's or bride's button and midsummer daisy.

Plant Type: Perennial
When to Sow Outside: Early spring when the soil is cool or late fall.
When to Sow Inside: 6-8 weeks before last frost.
Seed Depth: Press seeds onto surface of the soil
Seed Spacing: 1" - 2"
Days to Emerge: 10 to 15
Thinning: 12" apart

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