gimlet wrote:The link Gimlet posted was for french marigolds possibly
It was for вратига, which is what OP asked about. However, that seems to translate as tansy, which is related to feverfew but probably not feverfew.
They are both close to chrysanthemum, which is the basis of many insecticides under the name pyrethrum. I should treat with caution!
Heres a link to the relative plants. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrethrum
Neither are Feverfew.
My mother would swear by Feverfew for migraine. You roll one leaf (as its quite bitter) in some bread then eat it. One leaf a day was all she would have, even thought she suffered quite bad migraine, this was the only thing that actually seemed to work.
It is easier to identify by the shape of its leaves as the flower is quite generic.
Heres a pic :
http://littlegreenblog.com/wp-content/u ... verfew.jpg
Hope this helps
Oh, forgot to mention, grows like billyo, so just grab a cutting and plant