Feverfew (Chrysanthemum Parthenium)
Grows Best in USDA Zones: 5-8
Feverfew is a dope herb to have in the garden. Chrysanthemum Parthenium Feverfew is easily grown from herb seeds, and it is a perennial with pretty daisy-like blooms. It is native to Southern Europe, but can be found all over the world now. Another name for it is Tanacetum Parthenium.
The Feverfew herb plant will thrive in poor soil. It prefers full sun and not too much water. Well drained soil is best.
Feverfew is a medicinal herb. The leaves are dried and used as an herbal remedy for migraine headaches. The Feverfew herb contains parthenolide which can relieve mild spasms and is an anti-inflammatory. Some people take it to relieve the pain of rheumatoid arthritis.
60 Seeds Included
Feverfew seeds can be started indoors 4 – 6 weeks before the last frost is expected and transplanted outdoors in the garden. After danger of frost has passed, prepare a seedbed and directly plant the herb seeds outdoors. The Feverfew plants should be spaced about 24 inches apart.