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Yarrow, Official (Achillea millefolium) potted plant, organic

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$8.50$57.00

Family: Aster  (Asteraceae)

Hardy to zones to  4 to 8

(Official Yarrow; White Flowered Yarrow)  Creeping herbaceous perennial flowering white to 2 feet tall. Native to temperate zones worldwide. Traditional usage (TWM): vulnerary, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and styptic. Plant prefers standard garden soil or poor soil, full sun and requires little water.  Space 2 feet apart, will spread.

Potted plant, Certified Organically Grown

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  1. Question

    TJ

    Can yarrow be planted with roses, prunella vulgaris, and thyme in the same bed?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi tj, anything can be done, and people have the best results with the most unlikely combinations. but my impression would be that prunella vulgaris, that loves an evermoist and partly shady position, and thyme, that loves full sun and perfect drainage, are unlikely partners. Yarrow would run all through the bed, given its rhizomatous nature. That doesn’t bother me a bit, but some people want to control the plants and would keep the yarrow in its own pot, or in its own bed. richo

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  2. jleehand

    Must-have plant for medicinal herb gardens

    jleehand

    I bought 3 plants around 5 years ago, which was plenty! Within a few years I had a nice yarrow patch under an overhanging pine branch in my front yard (western exposure) in the Phoenix area. It gets part shade, part sun, which helps it withstand the extreme summer heat. I get flowers twice a year, and can pick leaves all year as needed for immediate use or to dry. I use it internally for colds, flu & GI issues, and externally to treat cuts. I have saved myself a few trips to the ED by cleaning deep cuts, applying a moistened tea bag full of yarrow & wrapping a paper towel around it and holding it in place for up to an hour, then applying a high-tech (hydro-seal) bandage to hold the cut closed for as many days as it takes to stay closed. My yarrow patch spreads, so I dig up plants to share with my friends at least once a year. I found a baby praying mantis in the yarrow last fall, much to my delight.

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  3. Question

    Joanne Thompson

    Will this grow well in central Florida Zone 9? Thanks Joanne

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  4. Question

    Sheree H.

    Hello. I live in Phoenix Oregon and was wondering if it would be too late to plant this at the end of May. If I order today I should receive it by then. Thank you.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi Sheree,
      Yes, yarrow plants are in stock and looking good. You can figure to receive the plant about 3 weeks after the order date. Perennials transplant well throughout the summer and will overwinter.
      Richo

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  5. Question

    Debbie Campbell

    Will this grow well in North Florida?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Yarrow adapts well to many environments, and tends to look a little different in each–mountain, roadside, seashore, etc. I do think it will grow in N Florida.

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