Tanacetum parthenium aureum (Lus deartán)
As the common name suggests, Golden Feverfew was traditionally used to combat fevers and inflammation. A naturalised and strongly scented perennial here in Ireland, Feverfew has ovate, lobed lime-green leaves and white daisy-like flowers of about an inch in diameter from June into August.
Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any well-drained
Position: Full sun
Season of Interest: Edible leaves
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: up to 2ft (0.6m) Spread: up to 2ft (0.6m)