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Yarrow - Arkansas Ozark Region Ecotype

Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - Dry-Med

$87.00Per Pound


Height: 2' - 3'
Scientific Name: Achillea millifolium
Source: Native
Class: Forb
Growth: Perennial
Color: White
Soils: Dry to Medium Soil Moisture
Bloom Period: Spring
Sun: Part Shade
Seeds per Pound: 2,000,000
Wetland: UPL, FACU
Regions: 1,2,3,4,5,6

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Yarrow is a 1' to 3' tall native, somewhat short lived, perennial found in all the lower 48 states. The small white flowers are in flat topped inflorescences with 10 to 20 ray flowers. Leaf blades are finely divided for a lacy, fernlike, appearance. Yarrow is a spring flowering plant preferring dry to medium well drained soils and full sun, but tolerates partial shade. Yarrow is a good drought tolerant, early spring garden plant, commonly used as a fresh cut flower and in dried arrangements. Yarrow is of special value as an early spring pollinator plant. Native Americans used the plant for pain relief, as a stimulant, and to lower fever.

This ecotype is made possible in partnership with AUDUBON DELTA.

Prices listed are based on pure live seed weight, not bulk weight.  You are only paying for viable seed.  

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Yarrow - Arkansas Ozark Region Ecotype

Yarrow - Arkansas Ozark Region Ecotype

Region 1,2,3,4,5,6 - Dry-Med Soils - Part Shade


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