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Feverfew Collection

Feverfew, scientifically known as Matricaria parthenium and Tanacetum parthenium, is a beautiful flowering plant that can be found in various parts of the world

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew (colour litho)

Feverfew (colour litho)
3117115 Feverfew (colour litho); (add.info.: Crysanthemum parthenium, Tanacetum parthenium Kohler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erlauterndem Texte)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew (colour litho)

Feverfew (colour litho)
3117089 Feverfew (colour litho); (add.info.: Chrysanthemum roseum, Pyrethrum roseum Kohler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erlauterndem Texte)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium (Chrysanthemum parthenium). Chromolithograph after a botanical

Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium (Chrysanthemum parthenium). Chromolithograph after a botanical illustration from Hermann
FLO4994796 Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium (Chrysanthemum parthenium). Chromolithograph after a botanical illustration from Hermann Adolph Koehler's Medicinal Plants, edited by Gustav Pabst

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Plate showing Mandrake and Foxgloves from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris

Plate showing Mandrake and Foxgloves from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris
5308116 Plate showing Mandrake and Foxgloves from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris'.; (add.info)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Plate showing Feverfew, Camomile, etc. from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris

Plate showing Feverfew, Camomile, etc. from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris
5308115 Plate showing Feverfew, Camomile, etc. from John Parkinson's Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris'.; (add.info)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew

Feverfew
5311733 Feverfew; (add.info.: Feverfew (Chrysanthemum parthenium) As well as being used as a febrifuge, it vas prescribed for coughs, congestion of the lungs

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, and Mexican marigold, Tagetes erecta

Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, and Mexican marigold, Tagetes erecta. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical
FLO4667886 Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, and Mexican marigold, Tagetes erecta. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicer's Krauterbuch, or Herbal

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Sprigs of Feverfew

Sprigs of Feverfew
5312110 Sprigs of Feverfew; (add.info.: Engraving depicting sprigs of Feverfew, a flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew in front of a Landscape, Issy-les-Moulineaux (?), 1863. Creator: Leon Bonvin

Feverfew in front of a Landscape, Issy-les-Moulineaux (?), 1863. Creator: Leon Bonvin
Feverfew in front of a Landscape, Issy-les-Moulineaux (?), 1863. A chrysanthemum plant is silhouetted against an uncultivated patch of wild carrots, grasses, and weeds

Background imageFeverfew Collection: White and yellow flowered feverfew, Matricaria parthenium

White and yellow flowered feverfew, Matricaria parthenium
5856628 White and yellow flowered feverfew, Matricaria parthenium by Sowerby, James (1757-1822); (add.info.: White and yellow flowered feverfew, Matricaria parthenium. Headache remedy)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: USA, Washington State, Seabeck. Close-up of daisies in spring

USA, Washington State, Seabeck. Close-up of daisies in spring

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Matricary - Feverfew, Matricaria vulgaris. Handcoloured stipple copperplate engraving by Lambert

Matricary - Feverfew, Matricaria vulgaris. Handcoloured stipple copperplate engraving by Lambert Junior from a drawing
FLO4603724 Matricary - Feverfew, Matricaria vulgaris. Handcoloured stipple copperplate engraving by Lambert Junior from a drawing by Pierre Jean-Francois Turpin from Chaumeton

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Scentless mayweed, Tripleurospermum inodorum

Scentless mayweed, Tripleurospermum inodorum
Corn feverfew or scentless mayweed, Tripleurospermum inodorum (Pyrethrum inodorum). Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a drawing by James Sowerby for James Smiths English Botany, 1800

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, with moth

Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, with moth, caterpillar and pupa, CXX. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Maria Sibylla Merian from De Europischen Insecten, J.F. Bernard, Amsterdam. 1730

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, and Mexican

Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium, and Mexican marigold, Tagetes erecta. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium

Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium (Chrysanthemum parthenium). Chromolithograph after a botanical illustration from Hermann Adolph Koehlers Medicinal Plants, edited by Gustav Pabst, Koehler, Germany, 1887

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 675

Curtis British Entomology Plate 675
Coleoptera: Nitidula colon = Omosita colon [Plant: Tanacetum parthenium (Pyrethrum parthenium, Common Feverfew)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 393

Curtis British Entomology Plate 393
Diptera: Phytomyza lateralis = Cerodontha lateralis? (Feverfew Phytomyza) [Plant: Tripleurospermum maritimum ssp. inodorum (Pyrethrum inodorum, Corn Feverfew)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 78

Curtis British Entomology Plate 78
Diptera: Tabanus alpinus = Atylotus fulvus Meigen (Alpine Breeze-fly or Clegg) [Plant: Matricaria recutita (Matricaria chamomilla, Chamomile Feverfew)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew (chromolitho)

Feverfew (chromolitho)
2802969 Feverfew (chromolitho) by Hulme, Frederick Edward (1841-1909); Private Collection; (add.info.: Feverfew. Illustration for Familiar Wild Flowers by F Edward Hulme (Cassell)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: tanacetum parthenium, feverfew

tanacetum parthenium, feverfew
2075 Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium White Perennial

Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium White Perennial
Daisy-like flowers of Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Pyrethrum flowers

Pyrethrum flowers
Photo of an original Fine Lithograph from the Favourite Flowers of Garden & Greenhouse by Edward Step published in 1897 in London

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Herb wheel, including, Tanacetum parthenium or Feverfew, Origanum vulgare or Marjoram

Herb wheel, including, Tanacetum parthenium or Feverfew, Origanum vulgare or Marjoram, Borago officinalis or Borage, Thymus serpyllum or Creeping Thymes, green leaves of mint plant, to right

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Medicinal infusion in glass containing feverfew in boiled water

Medicinal infusion in glass containing feverfew in boiled water

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7590

Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7590
Medicinal plants, conceptual image

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium stem F007 / 7582

Feverfew Tanacetum parthenium stem F007 / 7582
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) stem

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7589

Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7589
Medicinal plants, conceptual image

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7591

Medicinal plants, conceptual image F007 / 7591
Medicinal plants, conceptual image

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Honeybee on flower C016 / 4526

Honeybee on flower C016 / 4526
Honeybee on flower. Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding on nectar from Feverfew wild flower (Chrysanthemum parthenium)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Honeybee on flower C016 / 4525

Honeybee on flower C016 / 4525
Honeybee on flower. Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding on nectar from Feverfew wild flower (Chrysanthemum parthenium)

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Medicinal plants

Medicinal plants used as ingredients in herbal tea. Herbal tea is an infusion of plant parts in boiling water which is taken for its beneficial effects

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew leaf surface, SEM

Feverfew leaf surface, SEM
Feverfew leaf surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a stoma on the leaf of a feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) plant

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew flowers

Feverfew flowers. Bunch of feverfew flowers (Chrysanthemum parthenium). This medicinal plant can be used to treat headaches and migraines

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)

Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)
Feverfew flowers ( Tanacetum parthenium ). Thisplant is used in herbal medicine to treatarthritis, colds, fevers and migraine headaches.Photographed in Lincolnshire, UK, in November

Background imageFeverfew Collection: Tanacetum Parthenium

Tanacetum Parthenium
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Feverfew, scientifically known as Matricaria parthenium and Tanacetum parthenium, is a beautiful flowering plant that can be found in various parts of the world. In Washington State, specifically Seabeck, these plants bloom with white and yellow daisies during the spring season. The delicate petals create a stunning close-up image reminiscent of a painting by Pierre Jean-Francois Turpin. Another variety called Matricary - Feverfew or Matricaria vulgaris showcases handcoloured stipple copperplate engravings from Chaumeton, Poiret and Chamberets' "La Flore Medicale" in Paris. This particular species is also known as Scentless mayweed or Tripleurospermum inodorum. The beauty attracts not only humans but also insects like moths. A captivating photo captures a moth perched on the vibrant flowers of Tanacetum parthenium. Additionally, another image shows Mexican feverfew alongside its cousin plant. These enchanting images are reminiscent of those featured in Curtis British Entomology Plates 675, 393, and 78. The vibrant colors showcased through chromolitho techniques highlight the allure and charm possessed by this medicinal herb. Feverfew has long been recognized for its therapeutic properties and is commonly used to alleviate headaches and migraines. Its scientific name tanacetum parthenium signifies its significance as an herbal remedy. Whether admired for its visual appeal or valued for its healing properties, feverfew continues to captivate individuals worldwide with its elegance and usefulness.