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Re: uses --Feverfew?

Hum... mine is fairy compact and not like chamomile which can look pretty
raged. Wonder if it's the climate? It looks pretty good as a understory for
roses and looks nothing like a weed. It hasn't been an aggressive self
seeder either.
Must be a area thing. So what's the bee problem?
    I've just been skimming because I'm having problems at work , busy with
school , picked up a part time job and oh yes my master gardener time. Don't
know if I'm coming or going.

----- Original Message -----
From: <EvaTEsq@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 3:39 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] uses --Feverfew?

> I was complaining about feverfew because it spreads everywhere, like
> said, but also because I think it tends to look weedy and scraggly.
> For instance, although I have it everywhere in my yard now, there is one
> growing in one of my front beds next to ornamental grasses, and while
> through my yard with my husband one day, he looked down & pointed to it
> contempt and said, "what's that?"  I could tell he does not like it.  He
said he
> feels it resembles a weed.  This is what prompted me to inquire as to what
> usefulness it might have.  I have a higher tolerance than my husband for
> that do not look so "neat and proper" if I feel they have some other
> Eva
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 6/7
> "Gardens are not made by sitting in the shade."
> Rudyard Kipling
> In a message dated 6/16/2003 11:09:31 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> raynora.edwards@worldnet.att.net writes:
> > O.K. you have my attention. What's wrong with fever few exactly ? I have
> > in my yard and its really a very pleasant plant. I also have
> > a hundred or more bees. They are every where.
> >   It's a member of the sunflower family and has been used historically
> > Migraines,fever and inflammation.There are no reports of toxicity in
> > people.The major active chemicals in the plant are fairly benign
> > (sequiterpene lactones principally parthenolide. essential oils
> > l-camphor,l-borneol,terpenes,and miscellaneous esters) Which one of
these is
> > harming bees?
> >
> > Nora
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