February to June
Sow Feverfew herb seeds indoors or under glass from February to June.
Seeds can also be sown outdoors into raked shallow seed beds directly where they are to grow.
10-30 days at a temperature of 15 to 20°C
Feverfew is a hardy perennial and will grow year after year, we suggest cutting it back at the end of august to keep it under control for the following year.
Other than for medicinal use for headaches, Feverfew is an insect repellant, cut of stems when the plant is in flower and hang to dry place in drawers in organza bags as an effective moth repellant.
If you use the plant for headaches, please take advice from your doctor first, especially if you are pregnant. Never consume herbs without taking medical advice.