Problems growing feverfew

Charles S Buer buer at WPI.EDU
Thu Oct 23 03:13:37 EST 1997


Gabrielle--

Why do you bring it in?  It should be hardy to zone 5 at least.  Are you
sure it's just not going dormant?  My mother grows this in Minnesota (zone
4) with no problem.  It has naturalized.

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Charles S. Buer                         |E-mail:  buer at wpi.edu
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On Thu, 23 Oct 1997, Timothy & Gabrielle Taylor wrote:

> This is my first posting to this newsgroup - I hope my topic is
> appropriate.
> 
> For the second year in a row, I have brought my potted feverfew plant
> indoors for the winter (New Jersey) and it is once again dying.  It is
> still getting strong southern exposure.  Can anyone suggest what might
> be going wrong with it?
> 
> Thank you in advance,
> 
> Gabrielle
> 
> 




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