White Yarrow is a perennial herb with attractive, fragrant, finely divided fern-like leaves and large flat-topped dusty white flower clusters. It is used in the flower garden or in natural settings. The Yarrow herb plant is an ubiquitous medicinal herb and has many uses. It was often grown to produce plants that were useful in the cure of wounds, and Yarrow was used on the battlefields to treat wounded soldiers.
White Yarrow wildflower seeds should be planted in full sun and are tolerant to hot, humid summers. Yarrow can tolerate poor soil conditions, and does best in lean, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. Avoid heavy clays and moist, rich, fertile soils. Remove faded flowers to encourage more growth, and divide Yarrow plants every 2 - 3 years. Zone 3-11.