Feverfew is a garden gem that seamlessly blends ornamental beauty with medicinal value. Native to Eurasia, this tender perennial has a rich history dating back to the first century, when the Greek herbalist Dioscorides first extolled its virtues in "De materia medica." Hardy perennial (USDA Zones: 5-10)
Feverfew is renowned for its highly ornamental daisy-like blooms and lush deep-green foliage, making it a favorite in medicinal gardens. In full sun, this plant can reach a tidy 30 inches in height. Its delicate white flowers are not only a visual delight but also hold up well in bouquets and vase arrangements. Feverfew is used in traditional teas and has a long history of medicinal use. Each packet contains about 450 seeds.
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