Achillea millefolium -White Yarrow: commonly flowers from May through June. Common yarrow is frequently found in the mildly disturbed soil of grasslands and open forests. Active growth occurs in the spring.
If you are looking for abundant blooms in shades of magenta for weeks of summer color, Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen' is what you need. This eye-catching Yarrow features masses of long-lasting clusters of bright cherry-pink flowers with white cen
(NL: Duizendblad) Yarrow/Achillea millefolium - Mille is French for thousand and folium means leave. Achillea comes from Achilles, in whose armies this plant was used to treat battle wounds. Bloem is ook eetbaar
Common Yarrow Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has many different medicinal and edible uses. The genus name "Achillea" comes from the Greek warrior Achilles who supposedly stopped the flow of blood from the wounds of his troops with this plant!