Feverfew Seeds - (Chrysanthemum parthenium)

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Seed Count:
Approx 75 seeds per pack
Short lived Perennial
Days to Germination:
7-10 days at 65-75F
Light Preference:
Sun/Partial Shade
Soil Requirements:
Well drained
Plant Spacing:
Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO seeds
  • Feverfew - (Chrysanthemum parthenium)
  • Feverfew - (Chrysanthemum parthenium)
  • Feverfew - (Chrysanthemum parthenium)
  • Feverfew - (Chrysanthemum parthenium)

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Feverfew - The Gardener's Aspirin

Feverfew is a very aromatic herb that has medium to yellow-green leaves with long lasting small, white, daisy-like flowers.


A hardy plant, feverfew needs little attention. Feverfew is propagated several ways, by seed, by root division, and by cuttings. At first glance it bears a striking resemblance to chamomile. Like chamomile, feverfew produces masses of bloom, but in sprays rather than individual flowers. The whole plant, even the tiny seeds has a medicinal, though no unpleasant scent.


The name feverfew is a corruption of the French febrifuge, from the Latin febri, meaning "fever," and fugere, meaning "to chase away". Feverfew has a long history in treating fevers and headaches, and was once known familiarly as "the housewife's aspirin".


Leaves are used in digestive aperitifs, are known to relax blood vessels, reduce inflammation and as a mild sedative. Documented benefits in reducing migraines, it has a cumulative effect to inhibit compounds associated with migraines and arthritis. 

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1 Review

  • 5

    Delightful herb

    Posted by RockyTopRanch on Jun 26, 2023

    We started this delightful herb from seed indoors in trays and transplanted to cells later. Once the frost danger was past we transplanted to our herb garden outdoors. They are growing very well for us. We look forward to using these medicinally.

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