The Dirty Gardener White Yarrow Herb Flowers, 141,200+ Seeds/1 Ounce
Botanical Name: Achillea millefolium Common Name: Yarrow, White Type: Perennial. Returns each spring from same roots, forming expanding clump. Blooms second spring from seed. Color: Greyish White clusters. Height: Up to 2 ft. Bloom Time: Early mid and late season. Flower: Clustered flower heads of tiny flowers. Sun/Shade: Needs full sun. Soil Preferences: Adaptable Moisture. Requirements: Average to arid. Where to Grow It: All regions of North America. Zones: 3-10. How to Grow It: Yarrow can thrive in moist or dry soil, and when established is very drought-tolerant. Plant in any soil, anywhere, but beware. Yarrow can easily dominate and crowd out other wildflowers. Great as a clump or to cover problem areas, but should be used sparingly if at all in mixes. Plant spring or fall. Deep green ferny foliage appears and stays healthy all season. Dusty white flowers are lovely and frequent. Indigenous to: Europe.
- These gorgeous white blooms are great for bouquets and cut flower arrangements
- Medicinal herb known for stopping wounds' blood flow and soothing toothaches
- Easy to establish and come back year after year
- Blooms from April through November
- Native to the Northern Hemisphere and flourishes in full sun