Masses of small daisy flowers on perennial plants Each stalk is like a bouquet. Bright apple-green foliage much used in herb gardens and as edging in flower gardens. Modern research has confirmed it used for fever and headache relief. This hardy perennial's anti inflammatory action is caused by the active compound, parthenolide, found in the plant's flowers and leaves. An antispasmodic, this natural inhibitor opens constricted blood vessels, easing pressure to the head and in joints. Studies show that Feverfew is actually effective at relieving migraines and minor headaches. Short-lived but self-sows. Not invasive. Low water use.
Repels many kinds of insects as well as mice, so it is a good plant around house and where you sit outside. 200 seeds