Western Yarrow

CHARACTERISTICS
Plant Height 1-3 Ft
Seed Count 2,750,000 Seeds per Pound
Botanical Name Achillea millefolium-occidentalis
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun
Preferred Sites Mesic to Dry Soils _ Disturbed Areas
Bloom Period June-September
Flower Color White
Pollinator Value Good
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Description

Western Yarrow

 

Western Yarrow is one of the most widely recognized and adaptable wildflowers in the United States, and can be easily established on disturbed upland loamy sites as well as sandy soils.

  • Native to the United States
  • Highly adaptable and one of the most recognizable wildflower species
  • Mature heights of 1-3 feet
  • Establishes readily from seed in spring
  • Seed at very shallow depths for best success
  • Successfully seeded dormant in late fall
  • Very good drought tolerance in varying soil types
  • Valued component in rangelands, roadsides, parks and restoration areas

 

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