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Common yarrow, Milfoil, Nosebleed, Field hops, Thousand seal, Woundwort, Yarroway, Gearwe, Hundred leaved grass, Knight's milefoil, Knyghten, Thousand weed, Bad man's plaything, Bloodwort, Carpenter's weed, Death flower, Devil's nettle, Eerie, Old man's mustard, Old man's pepper, Sanguinary, Seven year's love, Snake's grass, soldier, Soldier's woundwort, Stanchweed
Achillea millefolium (Common yarrow). This is a hardy perennial with fern-like dark green leaves. It has white flat headed flowers. Used in traditional medicine and also grown as a companion plant as it attracts beneficial insects such as ladybirds and hoverflies.
This species prefers full sun, and a well drained soil.
Border, cutting bed, dried arrangements, borders, medicinal. Yarrow was used to flavour beer in the Middle Ages before hops became fashionable.
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