|Description||Yarrow (common yarrow, millefoil) grows in meadows and pastures and along roadsides. The tall stems produce flat-topped clusters of small whitish flowers. Yarrow spreads easily though rhizomes and seeds. Attracts butterflies and native bees. Can be mowed. The pleasantly-scented blooms work well in fresh or dried arrangements.|
|Height at Maturity||12-36"|
|Light Requirements||Sun, part shade.|
|Moisture Needs||Dry to moist.|
Most types, well-drained.