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Native American Indian tribes used wild quinine leaves made into a poultice to treat burns, and made tea from the leaves to treat various ailments. 

Also called American feverfew for its ability to treat fever and was also a discovered to to treat cough and sore throat.

With its pretty white flowers, this is a very beneficial native that is extremely important for pollinators.

It is currently being used for prairie restoration.

Seeds require a period of cold. Seeds can be sowed in fall/winter for a spring emergence or cold stratified in your refrigerator for 60 days. Fold seeds into a moist paper towel, seal in plastic bag and place in refrigerator for 2 months, then sow as normal, around 70 degrees.

Perennial zones 4-8

This is for 50 seeds

Wild Quinine Seeds, American Feverfew, Parthenium Integrifolium PA4050

SKU: PA4050

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