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History and Origin:

Achillea are part of the Asteraceae family and are native to northern regions of Asia, Europe and North America. They were introduced to New Zealand and Australia to feed livestock. They are often better referred to as ‘Yarrow’ and have a venerable reputation of curing wounds alongside other medicinal uses. Achillea receives its name after the Greek mythological character Achilles, where it was said to have been used by his soldiers to treat war wounds.


Achillea are vertical perennial plants that display clumps of foliage, shaped with an abundance of simple fern-like leaves. Flattened daisy-like flower heads perch neatly above plumy foliage and flourish throughout summer and autumn. Achillea are best seen in flower beds and borders within cottage and informal garden settings. Alternatively, they make highly attractive cut flowers.

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