Organic Feverfew Seeds

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

Feverfew is one of today's bestselling herbs.

It has a long history of medicinal use and primarily used to treat headache.

It was once believed to have been used in saving a life of someone who had fallen from Parthenon, thus the scientific name Parthenium.

This herb is a must have in the garden because of its many uses, one being effective in warding off mosquitoes.

So to keep your environment mosquito-free, start planting Feverfew herbs at home.

The small flowers of Feverfew are often mistaken for Chamomile. The flower is composed of the outer while petals flatly arranged around the central yellow florets.

The upright stem is hairy and about 2ft high, with downy, short-haired leaves arranged alternately.

Feverfew is used as cure to menstrual cramps in young women. It is also used to treat fever, psoriasis, toothache, vertigo, colic, and arthritis. The plant has a strong pungent yet aromatic smell and is particularly disliked by those pesky little blood suckers and other insects.

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Easy to grow: Any ordinary good soil is suitable while planting the seeds. The plant gives abundant supply of blooms year after year without requiring a great degree of attention. It has also the ability to easily self-seed in areas where it doesnít winter over

Keeps mosquitoes and insects away: Feverfew is known to repel mosquitoes, moths, cockroaches, flies, ants, mosquitoes, mites, bedbugs and mice. You may hang them near each door or one in every room to keep those insects away

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