Heirloom, Non-GMO grains and cover crops make great farmer seeds for small homesteads

Expand your knowledge of growing survival food

Feverfew Seeds

Feverfew seeds grow and blossom into a celebrated medicinal herb that is sometimes known as “Bachelor’s Button” or “Wild Chamomile.” Parthenium integrifolium is well-regarded for its potent health benefits, and some find it to be especially useful for migraine relief. Feverfew has lovely white flowers with yellow centers that resemble daisies. It is a hardy perennial plant, enjoying full sun to partial shade and well-drained soils. Feverfew, with its small, bushy nature and simple white blossoms, is also a delightful addition to your outdoor space.

Survival Garden Seeds provides quality feverfew seeds for sale, so you can grow your own herbal remedy from your home garden. Our heirloom seeds are chosen for their strong germination rates and ability to produce resilient plants.

Growing Feverfew Seeds in Your Garden

  • Ancient medicinal herb
  • Ornamental daisy-like flowers
  • Heirloom, non-GMO seeds
  • Garden or container-friendly


Feverfew has been in use for a long time in herbal medicine, with use dating back to Ancient Greece. Its leaves and flowers contain compounds that demonstrate anti-inflammatory properties. Feverfew is very adaptable, growing well in many climates. It can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 5 to 10 as a perennial plant. This is a versatile herb, ideal for medicinal herb gardens.


Sow feverfew seeds indoors in late winter to prepare seedlings for spring arrival. They can be sown directly in the garden in spring or fall. Plant the seeds just beneath the soil surface, allowing them access to light for proper germination. Maintain the soil moist until germination, which should begin at 10-14 days. Seedlings should be thinned out or transplanted to stand 12-18 inches apart, allowing full growth and spread.


Relatively low in maintenance, the feverfew plant requires little care once established. It can be tolerant of some shading, especially in hotter areas, but prefers full sun. Water the plants regularly to keep the soil evenly moist. Trim off dry blooms to encourage continued blooming. This is a good practice if you wish to prevent self-seeding as well.

With Survival Garden Seeds' feverfew seeds, it’s possible to cultivate a powerful herb. In addition to medicinal feverfew benefits, it’s a perfect candidate to introduce to your home, adding beauty and cottage garden charm as well.

Search our shop