Feverfew 'Cameron' Seeds - More then just the common humble feverfew - this has been bred to absolute perfection by one of the most exclusive flower breeders in Europe. . Cameron is characterised by high uniformity, a well-filled ring of flower petals and many flowers per branch. Perfect as cut flower.
Approx 20 seeds
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Simple small daisy like flowers, an absolute garden workhorse staple. It grows freely and easily Fabulous flower filler or just oozes understated elegant beauty as a big old bunch in a vase on its own.
How to make these beauties grow
Sow: Indoors 8-10 Weeks before your last frost.
How: Surface sow and cover lightly with vermiculite. Light required for germination.
Days to Maturity: 100-110 days
Pick: When nearly all the flowers are open, and at the coolest time of the day. 7 days vase life
Notes from the garden
THIS PLANT IS PROTECTED BY BREEDERS RIGHT – COLLECTION OF SEED, PROPOGATION OR RE-SALE OF THIS PLANT IS PROHIBITED. BY PURCHASING AND SOWING THIS SEED YOU AGREED TO THIS NON-REPRODUCTION AGREEMENT. THE PURPOSE OF THIS IS FOR PERSONAL ENJOYMENT OR CUT FLOWER PRODUCTION.
Pinch out growing tips after 2nd set of true leaves for bushier plants (or I prefer to cut deep at the first harvest). If you live in a frosty area cut back after first hard frost – it will regrow in spring
Flowers benefit from searing the ends in boiling water for 20 seconds to prevent it wilting. If it does wilt place in cool water and it will bounce back over night - so do not discard hastily.