Organically grown. Feverfew is believed to aid digestion, and lower blood pressure. There is some scientific evidence that drinking feverfew tea, or adding a few fresh leaves leaves to a sandwich everyday can for some people reduce the frequency and severity of migraine headaches.
Bees (and many other insects) hate feverfew and will avoid an area where it is planted. Placed with roses and other ornamentals, feverfew can help repel damaging insects. Compact and spreading growth to 3′ tall, topped with small, yellow-centered, white daisy-like flowers. Perennial. Packet is ⅛ gram, about 750 seeds.
How to Plant Feverfew Seeds
Sow feverfew seed in cell packs or flats using a packaged light-weight, sterilized seed starting mix. Barely cover. Kept at 65-70°F., germination averages 10- 20 days. Can direct sow into prepared seed beds after all danger of frost. Thin feverfew seedlings to 12″ apart.