PICKUP OF PLANTS WILL BE MAY 26 AFTERNOON AND MAY 27 MORNING
Feverfew was used in the past to treat a variety of conditions such as headaches, arthritis, and as the name implies, fever. It grows well over most of the United States. It has small, white, daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centers. Feverfew is a perennial, so cut it back to the ground in late winter and watch for it to regrow in the spring. It re-seeds fairly easily, so you'll have plants to share within a couple of years. Feverfew blooms between July and October.
Common Name Feverfew Latin Name Tanacetum parthenium Variety - H x W 1'-3' x 1'-2' Light Requirements Sun-Pt Shade Habit Herb Plant Uses Leaves Key Function Beneficial attractor