2′ tall | 75 days to harvest | Tanacetum parthenium
HEIRLOOM Easy to grow and effervescently cheerful, feverfew is a popular cut flower as well as a medicinal herb. Though annual, feverfew will continue to flower abundantly through the first few hard freezes! Long used for her anti-inflammatory qualities, feverfew is widely used to manage migraines, rheumatoid arthritis and insect bites as well as fevers. The more you harvest her blossoms, the more blossoms you’ll have to harvest! Feverfew loves full sun and will easily perennialize in Zone 4 and warmer.
At Fruition, we sow feverfew indoors in soil blocks four weeks before final frost, transplanting out after frost with one foot between plants.
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