Green Feverfew - Medicinal Plant
Tanacetum Parthenium is a perennial native to Eurasia but as a cultivated plant is found widespread across the world.
It will grow in to a small bush to around 60cm tall, and has citrus scented leaves and a profusion of daisy like flowers.
A pretty plant, great for borders, a medicinal garden and attracts butterflies.
Feverfew has been used medicinally for reducing fever, for treating headaches and migraines, arthritis and digestive problems.
Please consult a GP before using this plant medicinally.
Fully hardy to -15°C and under.