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Matricaria (Feverfew)

Matricaria (Feverfew)

Matricaria, also known as feverfew, is a high yielding flower that makes a beautiful filler. Produces miniature daisy-like flowers on long, strong stems. Feverfew is an easy growing flower with long lasting blooms.

A high yielder of button-like blooms. An excellent filler for bouquets and vases. Blends well with other cut-flowers. An upright plant with lots of strong stems that carry 1/2" snow-white blooms. Also known as feverfew. Seed has been pelleted for ease of sowing.

A high yielder of button-like blooms. An excellent filler for bouquets and vases. Blends well with other cut-flowers. An upright plant with lots of strong stems that carry .5-1" yellow centers that lighten as they get to the tip of the petals. Also known as feverfew. Seed has been pelleted for ease of sowing.

A beautiful flower that makes a wonderful filler with other cut-flowers. These plants are upright with an abundance of strong stems that support 1" blooms with yellow disks and white petals. Tender-perennial in Zones 5–9. Also known as feverfew. Seed has been pelleted for ease of sowing.

A high yielder of button-like blooms. An excellent filler for bouquets and vases. Blends well with other cut-flowers. An upright plant with lots of strong stems that carry .5-1" yellow blooms. Also known as feverfew. Seed has been pelleted for ease of sowing.