Yarrow (2" pot)
Yarrow (2" pot)
Yarrow (2" pot)
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Yarrow (2" pot)

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Native Perennial

Sun: Full to Part Shade
Height: Up to 3'
Moisture: Dry
Soil: Grows in a variety of soil conditions, sand, loam, clay
Bloom Time: July-September
Bloom Color: White-Pink
Attracts: Pollinators, butterflies, moths, birds
Drought Resistance: High
Pollinator Benefits: Xerces designations: Special Value to Native Bees (Recognized by pollination ecologists as attracting large numbers of native bees.); And Supports Conservation Biological Control (A plant that attracts predatory or parasitoid insects that prey upon pest insects.)

Common Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Yarrow grows to 3 feet tall and has no branches except near the top. The leaves are alternate, 3-5 inches long, with many leaflets on each side of the midrib (1- pinnately lobed); and these are further divided into smaller leaflets, giving them a delicate, fernlike, lacy appearance. Flower heads are arranged in large, compact clusters at the top of the stem, each cluster consisting of 1 or more flower heads. The flower head has 20-25 yellowish-white (rarely pink) ray flowers and similarly colored disc flowers. 

Source: www.wildflower.org