Feverfew – Flower of the Week

Feverfew is a flower that is best known for its uses in herbal medicine, often as a treatment for headaches and migraines. However, feverfew has grown in popularity (especially in weddings) over the past few years in floral design because it instantly adds a natural, wildflower feel to any arrangement. Isn’t it just adorable?

While feverfew can be used by itself in certain arrangements, it is most often used as an accent flower, because of its small size. Think of it almost as an alternative to Baby’s Breath, just to put this into perspective. They can be the perfect wedding accent flower because, while they can be used in bouquets and arrangements, are also small enough to be used in boutonnieres and hair pieces; perfect for Spring and Summer weddings!

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