A distinctive hardy perennial plant, with a long history of medicinal use around the world. It is also an ingredient in biodynamic compost preparations, and the beautiful white flowers are lovely as a cut flower which are also very attractive to pollinators.
This is the wild white flowered variety with occasional hints of pink. Other common names include ‘Nosebleed’, and ‘Carpenter’s Weed’ reflecting its traditional use in wound healing. Yarrow has a remarkable ability to grow happily in a mown lawn, meadow or garden beds. It can be mown and remain low, but may grow up to 60 – 90cm tall in the right conditions
(Approximate seed count – 1000)
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