Feverfew White Wonder - Renee&
Feverfew White Wonder Double - Renee&
Feverfew White Wonder Double - Renee&
Feverfew White Wonder Double - Renee&

Feverfew White Wonder - Renee's Garden

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Chrysanthemum parthenium

Heirloom Double Feverfew

This treasured flowering ornamental herb has branching, two foot plants blanketed with clusters of snow white, 1/2 inch double blossoms that resemble clouds of petite chrysanthemum flowers. Stems of lacy White Wonder flowers are perfect as bouquets on their own or use to fill out any cut flower bouquet. Well known for its therapeutic value, feverfew is widely acknowledged as an effective herbal remedy for migraines. 

Seed Count: Approx. 450 / Weight: 0.07 g

Plant In


Planting Depth

Space Seeds

Days to Germinate

Mature Height

March - June

Full sun or
light shade

1/4 inch

Very thinly

10 - 14

2 feet


Summer/fall bloom

Frost hardy


Five or six weeks before last expected frost date, sow seeds as thinly as possible in a container of seed starting mix. Cover lightly, keep warm and moist and provide a strong light source. When large enough to handle, transplant seedlings into a deeper container 2 inches apart so roots have growing room. When seedlings are 2 or 3 inches tall, transplant 10 inches apart after acclimating to outdoor conditions.


When danger of frost is past, sow in full sun in well-drained, finely worked garden soil. Space tiny seeds as thinly as possible in rows 10 inches apart, cover about 1/4 inch deep and gently firm soil. Keep soil evenly moist while awaiting germination in 10 to 14 days. Thin before seedlings get crowded to a final spacing of 10 inches apart as plants need room to mature.


These pretty white blossoms showing just a hint of yellow at their centers will add delicacy and freshness to your mixed summer bouquets. Keep spent flowers cut for rebloom all summer. Well-drained soil is important for long-lived feverfew plants.

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