This seed-grown perennial plant is available in a 3.5” pot, established in a chemical-free environment. They are now completely ready to settle down in their new homes to produce dome-shaped clusters of white blossoms this April. You can transfer them to bigger pots or your garden beds, making sure to keep a 1-2 feet distance from other species.
An aromatic herbaceous perennial, yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has been used for ages to cure a wide range of disease states. It has large rhizomes, finely divided leaves, and true white flowers that come in clusters of 15 to 40 small blooms.
In terms of medicine, it aids in lowering fever, common cold symptoms, amenorrhea, diarrhea, dysentery, gastrointestinal issues, appetite loss, and toothache. Yarrow leaves can also be used to induce perspiration and stop bleeding from cuts. Also, the leaves are acclaimed as a hero for controlling varicose veins, enhancing circulation, and bringing blood pressure back to normal.