Commonly known as Western Yarrow is a native flower in the regions of the western U.S. Its major use is in renovation and re-establishment of projects in dryland areas. Plants have finely divided, fern-like leaves, woolly hairs and a sharp tasting and bitter scent. Flowers are white and arise in flat-topped bunches.
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Botanical Name: ACHILLEA millefolium occidentalis
Common Name: Western Yarrow
Hardiness Zones: 4-9
Plant Type: Perennials
Native Range: Western U.S.
Exposure: Full sunlight
Bloom Season: Summer
Water Requirement: very Low
Flower Characteristics: White Flowers with a pungent scent
Gardening Use: Fields, Coastal areas.