Common Name: Yarrow
Habit: Perennial Herb
Light: Part Shade (2-5 hrs. direct sun), Full Sun (5+ hrs. direct sun)
Water Needs: Average
Height: 1-2′
Flower: White, Pink
Fruit: seed
Fall Color: None, feathery green plant crowns stay up through the winter.
Natural Habitat: Woodland Edge, Grasslands/Prairies, Rocky Outcrops
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SKU: ach_mil_000 Category:
Achillea millefolia or yarrow occurs in grassy balds, old fields and meadows. A delicate corymb of small white flowers 3-5 inches across blooms from June-July. Will usually rebloom if dead headed. Excellent pollinator support, attracts many species of bees and numerous butterflies. The Native American Ethnobotany databse lists 60 different uses by North American Peoples. The Cherokee used this plant as a cold remedy, for fever reduction, and for dermatitis among other things.

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