Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) HP/BB/BN
A distinctive plant with pretty, delicate feathery foliage and flat white flowerhead made up of tiny flowers, sometimes tinged carmine. The flowers are very attractive dried. In the wild yarrow grows along roadsides, in meadows and hedgerows and is very adaptable. An unusual lawn can be created from yarrow and it can be kept mown for most of the season, being allowed to flower late in the summer. Also suitable for a wild area of the garden or meadow. Attractive to bees and butterflies and an important food plant of many moths. Ht 3-16in. Flowers June to September.