Maturity: 110 days
Also called Maricaria, Feverfew is a very pretty, multi-use plant that is a merry addition to flower and herb beds. Although flowers look similar to chamomile, plants function quite differently with woody stems and strongly scented dark green toothed leaves that create bushy plants reaching 12-20". Stems branch out, creating sprays covered with small, sweet little daisy-like singe and double white blooms with yellow centers. Feverfew is known medicinally but also works quite well as a cut flower and bouquet filler. Harvest after most blooms are open per spray or flowers will wilt.