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Wild Feverfew Flowers

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Wild Feverfew Flowers

I found these feverfew flowers in my backyard, growing underneath a shaded tree, and along the side of my garage! I have this wild flowers-feverfew-for many years now, and they multiply, seeded themselves in odd places.

Triplet
Feverfew flowers are very pretty to see, and look a bit like daisy. They are known as traditional medicinal herb, and used to treat migraine headaches, arthritis and rheumatism.

A Bee On Me

These feverfew flowers often attract hover flies, bees, and other wing critters! Some of these flowers keep growing until late in September or until the first frost arrives.

Linking to White Wednesday, and Outdoor Wednesday!

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9 comments:

  1. these are really very beautiful shots, Icy. I love how the flowers are focused and the background are blurred, it really highlighted the beauty of the subjects. this is very relaxing to look at.

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  2. It's great to have flowers in autumn. I get a bit down at the end of summer, especially when we haven't had a proper summer (like this year). Flowers make the colder season easier to bear.

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  3. I keep trying to get feverfew to reseed its self in my herb garden. I will get one or two seedlings each year that quickly fizzle out. Lovely photos!

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  4. Your flowers are so soft and fine ... I like your photos very well ...
    LG: Karin

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  5. Oh they are so pretty and I would have thought they were daisies. The macro bee shot is spectacular, Icy. Thanks for the info on these as well.

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  6. Great softness on these photos. I love them all...

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  7. How pretty! This is what the thrift store was supposed to be selling me when they sold me Philadelphia fleabane.

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