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The Feverfew, 'Tanacetum (Chrysanthemum) parthenium', displays charming clusters of small daisy-like flowers on aromatic bushy plants. The Feverfew has a long history as an herbal remedy and it is popular in Victorian gardens. Feverfew is a reliable, unfussy plant with masses of small white flowers on strong-scented ferny yellow-green foliage. In a cottage style garden, use Feverfew as a long blooming filler between other old-fashioned flowers such as roses. It is also know as Featherfew, Composite, Bachelor's or Bride's Button and Midsummer Daisy.Plant in the early spring when the soil is cool or in late fall. Feverfew prefers well drained soils and moderate to low water conditions. Do not over water. Plant in full sun and deadhead regularly if you do not want to establish volunteer seeds for next year.
Scientific Name : Tanacetum (Chrysanthemum) parthenium

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