Yarrow or milfoil flower cultivation

How to grow yarrow (Achillea millefolium) 

YARROW MILFOIL FLOWER

flower

Winter- autumn. Perennial plant of the Daisy family – Compositae – up to 60 cm. Erect stems, hairy, grooved. Upper leaves till 15 cm, twice or three times pinnate, lanceolate, sessile. Lower ones till 25 cm, petiolated. Flowers about 6 mm in heads, gathered in corymbes.By the side of the roads, meadows and grasslands..

water

Water every two days during bloom, moderately without flooding the land.

gardening pot

For flowerbeds and stony places. As a medicinal plant and a dry flower.

weather

Sun or demishade.

shovel

By means of division of the rhizomes in March, or cutting in April or May. It is convenient to pinch the exceeding branches to favour a harmonic growth. It also convenient to cut the floral stems, when the flowers have dried of.

soil

Porous land, well drained, a mixture of garden soil and sand.

MEDICINALS

Medicinal plant. See medicinal properties.

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