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Golden Feverfew has fern-like foliage that allegedly has many medicinal purposes. We like it for its bright golden-green new foliage and its long-lasting daisy-like flowers in the summer. Though classified as a perennial, it is short-lived and naturalizes readily, so even though the original plant may not come back in the spring, you'll have plenty to replace it through reseeding. The blooms are long-lasting and appreciated by bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and humans alike, so include Golden Feverfew in cut-flower gardens, woodland gardens, in borders, and container planters.