A loveable aromatic plant, Feverfew gives off a strong and bitter odour that is not altogether unpleasant.
Its bright leaves are alternate, and turn downward with short hairs.
The small, bunches of daisy-like yellow centred flowers are arranged in a dense flat-topped cluster. Feverfew strikes well from seed in winter, Autumn and Spring and once established and if not harvested too intensely, it will reseed itself freely.
Our Feverfew flower from early Spring to late Autumn. As a working cure for migraine, we have found Feverfew unequalled.
It also helps us through winter in combination with Echinacea, Verbascium and Mulberry for the occasional heavy cold or flu.
Homoeopathically, we find it excellent, in combination with Golden Rod and Galphimia for Sinus attacks or hay fever.
Small seeds – 9000 per gm.
30 fresh seeds
Degree of difficulty in germination…..4/10 (1 is easy – 10 very difficult) Seasonal