(Chrysanthemum parthenium) Small daisy-like blooms on light-green foliage. Medicinal: Vasodilator and anti-inflammatory. Studies published in the British medical journal Lancet reported that 2-3 fresh leaves of feverfew eaten daily over a period of time reduced the severity and frequency of migraines. Feverfew has potential value in relieving arthritis symptoms. Contraindicated during pregnancy. Pkt (0.1 g, 800 seeds)

Culture: Perennial in zones 4-10. Germination: 70°F, light required, 10-14 days. Transplant or direct seed. Full sun. 30 in. tall. Remove flower heads before seed forms, otherwise the plant will grow as an annual.