Info: Feverfew is an ancient medicinal plant that has been grown in herb and medicinal gardens for centuries. The herb was used medicinally in the past to treat a variety of conditions such as headaches, arthritis, and as the name implies, fever and is intended to fight parasites in the intestine. Looking like a small bush and growing to about 50cm (20in) high, the plant blooms profusely between July and October with pretty daisly-like flowers.
Sowing & cultivation: sow from March directly into the field. Do not cover the seeds with soil. Later traspülant to 30 cm distance. The plants like a sunny location on a well-drained, moderately nutrient-rich garden soil. Feverfew is a hardy perennial plant, so cut it back to the ground after frost and watch for it to regrow in the spring.
|Botanical name||Tanacetum parthenium|
|Sowing||from April outdoors|
|Location||sunny to partial shade, well-drained rich soil|
|Germination temperature||10 - 15°C|
|Germination||7 - 14 days|