Yarrow is a spreading warm season perennial with upright flower stalks and suggested spacing is 1'-2' Growth habit and height can differ due to variability within the species.
Yarrow foliage is finely divided and bright green with a fern-like appearance.æ The leaves are compound and are made of many tiny leaflets.The species name millefolium refers to the "thousand leaves" of yarrow.Foliage is aromatic and not palatable to most herbivores including deer. White or pink flat topped flower clusters are held above the foliage.
The flowers are compound corymbs that consist of 20 or more individual florets.Blooming begins in late spring and continues through the summer.æ Yarrow flowers are prized by floral designers for their long vase life.æ The blooms are attractive to beneficial insects. *Deer Seldom Browse* Attracts: Butterflies
|foliage Type||Dormant in winter|
|Height||2' - 3'|
|Spread||2' - 4'|
|Primary foliage Color|
|Seasonal foliage Color|
|Flowering Season||Summer through Autumn|