I like to mix the random masses of fever few daisy whites with blue, mauve hydrangea and roses...
I do not like the taste of Fever Few much. Then I look at the behaviour of insects in the garden. They seem not to like these flowers either. The bees touched them and then moved away. Then I realised the plant can be used to deter insects. While loving nature, not many of us like to be disturbed all the time by buzzing insects. I had a bite from a yellow jacket sometimes ago. I was sore for three days. On a positive note, I think it was good for my immune system!.. It also raised my level of alertness and increased my observation skills! :-). I think to have peace in the flowering garden, I'll have a place for myself. I think I'll plant fever few where I'd like to sit for a relaxing moment away from the buzzing bees!
When other plants are struggle with change in climate, this plant thrives without hard work, takes care of health as herbal, relaxes the mind with lively, elegant images and take care of the bees for your moment in the garden. It is indeed a fairy!
|Ballpoint, Fever Few, Plant for Climate Change Garden|