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yarrow (Achillea millefolium; COMPOSITE FAMILY [Asteraceae]) Aromatic, rhizomatous perennial to 40 tall with alternate, finely dissected, pinnately compound leaves.  Flower heads wide with 5 white-to-pinkish ray florets and a similar number of disc florets; borne in flat branched clusters.  Blooms mid-summer into fall.  Common along roadsides, fields and disturbed sites.  Also grown as a garden flower.  [114]

 

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