Planting seeds for feverfew in your own garden

You can grow many herbs in your garden, and feverfew is no exception. Here are some things to know.
1. Sow the seeds outdoors in spring in a sunny, to partially shady location.
2. You will want soil that is well drained, and you will want to make sure there is no chance of another frost for that year in your area.
3. Press seeds gently into the soil and do not cover them with any soil. Light aids these seeds in their germination.
4. If you are desiring an earlier harvest, or if you have a short growing season, you can start the seeds earlier indoors. Plant seeds indoors 6 weeks before the last frost date in your area.
5. You will notice the seeds sprouting in about 7-14 days.
6. You will want to place the plants about 8-12 inches apart. They will grow to about 2 feet high.
7. Being a perennial, once established and growing well, this plant will come back year after year.