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Feverfew 'White Stars'

Feverfew 'White Stars'


Feverfew white star seeds, also known as matricaria white stars. Small white button like blooms with bigger outer petals - like little fluffy daisies.


Tanacetum parthenium


Approx 20 seeds

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    You cannot go wrong with growing this matricaria - it literally suits every single colour palette. It's super easy to grow, and naturally long branching stems. It reminds me of little sponges.

  • How to make these beauties grow



    Sow: Autumn or Early spring 6-8 weeks before the last frost.


    How:  Surface sow and cover very lightly. Autumn sown plants protect from heavy frost as young seedlings are frost tender (ideally in a greenhouse or cold frame).


    Space: 20cm  


    Height: 25-30cm   


    Where: Full Sun


    Days to maturity: 100-120 Days


    Pick: When nearly all the flowers are open, and at the coolest time of the day - feverfew can be particularly wilty (don't worry it usually bounces back after 24hrs). Can also be dried.


    Hardy Annual - (or tender perennial in some areas)


  • Notes From The Garden





    Autumn sown plants produce substantially taller plants (and alas longer stems for cutting!). Cut back after the 1st flush for a decent 2nd flush, although it is often shorter.


    Note this particular feverfew pays for its beauty by been abit on the shorter side (25-30cm). Harvest deeply and you will still get useable stems for posies or shorter bouquets. Recommend succession sowing as 2nd flush will be slightly smaller.



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