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I have fond memories of Feverfew in my grandmother's garden. She use it in bouquets much like Baby's Breath is used. She grew it along with her Roses. I'm sure she knew about the aphid repelling properties :) For the life of me, when I was little, I thought the name was Featherfew! ha ha