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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)

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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)

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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is here for its lime-green loveliness and its help with migraines. I don’t like to list annuals, plants that die within 12 months, but friends often request it as they use the leaves as a tea to treat migraines. So! Here it is!

In landscaping, feverfew is a favourite in cottage gardens. Plant it in rows, or big blocks at the front, as it doesn’t get much higher than 30cm. I also enjoy planting it in vegetable beds to encourage beneficial insects.

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Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is here for its lime-green loveliness and its help with migraines. I don’t like to list annuals, plants that die within 12 months, but friends often request it as they use the leaves as a tea to treat migraines. So! Here it is!

In landscaping, feverfew is a favourite in cottage gardens. Plant it in rows, or big blocks at the front, as it doesn’t get much higher than 30cm. I also enjoy planting it in vegetable beds to encourage beneficial insects.

Because feverfew is an annual, we don’t offer it as a cutting unfortunately, however, once you own it, don’t deadhead the flowers and it will set seed throughout your garden bed, giving you beautiful plants for years to come.