Tanacetum parthenium aureum
“Golden Feverfew"

Tanacetum parthenium aureum “Golden Feverfew"Tanacetum parthenium aureum “Golden Feverfew"

This pretty plant brightens up any garden! The aromatic leaves are chartreuse-yellow & finely cut along the edges. The .5” charming daisy flowers float over the golden foliage Summer through Autumn. “Golden Feverfew” will reseed around & since the plants are only 1’ x 1’ they make considerate neighbors. Deadhead to encourage more blooms or if self-sowing is not desired, cut the whole plant back in early Winter for fresh, new growth next year. Plant in full sun or in shade in hotter areas. This Tanacetum has the same medicinal uses as regular feverfew, plant around the house “to purify the atmosphere & ward off disease” according to ancient sages.

Kelly Kilpatrick
Horticulturalist

Sun/Shade
Avg. Water

Perennial
USDA zones 4-10