Feverfew 9cm Pot Plants Tanacetum parthenium
Common names include maids, bachelor's buttons and wild chamomile.
Feverfew is a perennial wildflower which thrives in full sun on all well-drained soils. Its clusters of small white yellow-eyed daisy-like flowers bloom from June to September. Ideal naturalised in wildflower meadows, for cottage and informal gardens, wildlife gardens, courtyards and flower beds, feverfew also does well in containers and makes an excellent cut flower. The young leaves are edible and can be enjoyed in salads.
Feverfew is attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects and features on the RHS list of Plants for Pollinators.
Sourced from native seed and grown for us in the UK, our 9cm pot plants are a quick and effective way to boost species in a wildflower meadow.
We recommend planting around 3 plants per metre square in groups of at least 3 per species for a naturalistic look.
|Up to 1.2 metres
|June to September
|Most soil types