This Flowering plant of Family Asteraceae is native to the regions of Northern Hemisphere in Asia and Europe and North America. White fragrant flower with the pearl like nectors inside it, present the most striking look of flower in the roadsides and fields. Commonly used as a weed plant in both wet and dry areas, like in river banks and coastal areas.
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Botanical Name: ACHILLEA Millefolium White Yarrow
Common Name: Gordaldo, Nosebleed Plant
Hardiness Zones: 1-9
Plant Type: Perennials
Native Range: Asia, Europe, and North America
Exposure: Full sunlight
Planting Season: Summer
Plant Spacing: 18”-24”
Water Requirement: Low
Soil Type: Chalk, Sand
Flower Characteristics: Cut Flowers, Showy Color with Fragrance
Gardening Use: Fields, Canal banks.