Botanical Interests Packet (Non-Organic)
A Victorian garden staple and an herbal remedy for centuries, feverfew is a reliable, fairly drought-tolerant, unfussy plant with masses of small white flowers on scented, ferny foliage. Blooms attract beneficial insects, and are great fresh-cut or dried flowers. Avidly reseeds, so let these "volunteers" decorate your garden and attract pollinators. Also known as featherfew, bachelor's or bride's button, and midsummer daisy. Feverfew is used in traditional teas and has a long history of medicinal use. Perennial in USDA zones 5–8. Deer resistant.
Approximate Seeds per Pkt: 900
Native: Europe and Asia
Hardiness: Short-lived perennial, (2 to 3 years) in USDA zones 5–8
Exposure: Full Sun
Bloom Period: Summer to frost; spent blossoms are constantly replaced with new if deadheaded regularly.
Plant Dimensions: 12"–24" tall and wide; bushy habit
Variety Info: ¾" flowers, white with yellow centers
Attributes: Attracts Pollinators, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Edible Flower