Yarrow - White
This is an important native North American wildflower and pollinator plant and is very attractive to beneficial insects, including predatory wasps, ladybird beetles, and hover-flies. It thrives particularly in recently disturbed soil. Because of this feature, Yarrow seeds are especially useful for planting around work sites, septic berms, or roadside areas. This variety grows 25-90cm tall, with densely hairy, lacy, fern-like leaves. Yarrow is also highly drought-resistant, so it's excellent for xeriscaping and erosion control. It is widely used in New Zealand as pasture.
White Yarrow will produce clusters of white flowers. White Yarrow plants will form single stems that branch off into smaller stems. Each smaller stem can develop clusters of flowers, ranging anywhere from 15 to 50 blooms per cluster. The leaves look similar to a feather, growing in a spiral formation. The Achillea plant can often be seen in floral arrangements and bouquets for their thick, colourful blooms and attractive foliage.
|Botanical Name||Achillea millefolium|
|Seed Packet||250 Seeds|