A perennial herb of the daisy family, with feathery leaves and small white or pink flowers, commonly found in meadows and on wasteland.
The word yarrow is derived from the old english word gearwe, which is related to the german word gerste, meaning "barley".
- The yarrow plant was used for medicinal purposes.
- The yarrow flowers were used to make tea.
- The yarrow is a common wildflower and it's often used in gardens.
- The yarrow has a distinctive smell, it's also known as nosebleed plant.
- The yarrow is a perennial herb that can grow up to 3 feet tall.