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Tanacetum parthenium


Originally from the Balkans and surrounding areas.  Delicate small flowers with yellow centers and white petals, feverfew is a gentle companion in the garden.  Grows to 2 1/2 feet.  They are heavy pollen produders and feed the bees well.  Perennial.


Sow Fall-early Spring.  Lightly press seeds into soil as Feverfew is a light dependant germinator.  Do not cover the seeds with soil.  Sow in pots to transplant or directly into the soil.  


Consult your favorite sources to learn the varied medicinal and energetic uses of this herb.  


**Seed Grown by Reisha Beck of Wayside Botanicals**


Packet contains ~100 seeds




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