(Achillea millefolium) Perennial in the Aster Family. Feathery foliage gives rise to umbel-like inflorescences of tiny white flowers. Different varieties of Yarrow bloom in many colors, but white is said to be the best for medicinal application. Used externally for wounds, cuts and abrasions, internally for treating the circulatory and digestive systems, for breaking fevers, and much more. Do your research on this plant, as it has been used for many health issues by many people over time.
Cultivation & harvesting suggestions: Direct-sow or seed in flats when danger of frost has passed. Cover seeds very lightly. Thin to 18″ apart. Not particular about soil type. Drought-tolerant once established.
Contains 50 seeds