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Feverfew - This herb was first introduced to America in the 17th Century by European settlers.  It is a low maintenance medicinal herb that is very hardy and easy to grow.  

However on our farm, Feverfew is more practically used as a natural pesticide and insecticide.  Plant around rose bushes and other plants you wish to deter bugs from.  Or mix a solution from leaves and flowers.  Spray on plants.   

Feverfew is a PERENNIAL that blooms summer – fall with masses of cheerful white/ yellow blossoms.  It is related to the Chrysanthemum, and its blooms resemble a miniature daisy mum. May be planted in pots or in the ground


GARDENING CARE:


EASY:  YES!!!


LIGHT: Full Sun


SOIL:  Moderate - rich


WATER:  Average to low.


GROUND PLANTING:  Yes


POT PLANTING:  Yes


BLOOM TIME:  Summer - Fall



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