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Yarrow Plant

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Yarrow Plant

Yarrow Plant: A low-maintenance, drought-tolerant herbaceous perennial that grows across almost the entire United States, yarrow is an extremely hardy plant. It belongs to the large Achillea genus, all native to North America, Europe, and Asia.

This resilient plant is unfussy and, once established, almost carefree. Yarrow flourishes equally in the following growing conditions:

  • Full sun or partial shade
  • Cooler climates or heat
  • High humidity or arid conditions

Because of its adaptability and easy-going nature, TN Nursery often suggests the yarrow plant for the most challenging growing conditions.

Other common names for yarrow include the following:

  • Bloodwart
  • Carpenter's Weed
  • Common Yarrow
  • Devil's Nettle
  • Fern-Leaf Yarrow
  • Milfoil
  • Nose Bleed
  • Oldman's Pepper
  • Sanguinary
  • Soldier's Woundwort
  • Thousandleaf

The Graceful Appearance of the Yarrow Plant

The yarrow plant averages two to three feet in height at maturity. Each plant features multiple glossy, dark green stems with graceful, six-inch-long, fern-like leaves.

The flowers appear in the late weeks of summer or early fall. Small, under one-inch wide flowers, with five ray-shaped petals emerge in abundance. They have yellow or light green centers. These petite blossoms form in dense, showy clusters of twenty or more. At first glance, they appear like a single giant flower.

The plant emits a pleasing, spicy fragrance that intensifies if you break open a stem to release its oils.