To me, wild feverfew is much prettier than the cultivated, double variety. The wild form has big corymbs of tiny white daisies with golden yellow centers. A huge attractor of butterflies and beneficial insects, wild feverfew is long-blooming and makes a great cutflower.
Plant in moderately rich soil in spring through early fall. Varies from being a hardy annual to perennial, depending on drainage and climate, but self-sows nicely. Has been used as a medicinal herb for centuries.
I've searched for a year to find the right source of French native wildflower seeds to offer you. Here they are! Certified organically grown, these seeds are produced on a family flower farm in the Massif Central
. One hundred percent of the process is artisanal, right down to the seed packets which are decorated with drawings of the content plants by the owner.
Size: 1 g (about 7,000 seeds)