Latin Name: Achillea millefolium

Type: Forb/Flower

Light: Sun / Part Sun

Moisture: Dry / Dry-Mesic

Soil: Sand / Loam / Clay / Gravel

Size: 1-2 feet

Color: White

Bloom Time: May / June / July

Description: This wildflower with its fern-like leaves and soft white clusters of small flowers favors disturbed ground. The scent of the flowers and the foliage is a bit medicinal and attracts multitudes of pollinating flies and foraged on by grasshoppers. Be cautious of this in a garden setting as it can be quite aggressive. Utilize the beauty of the foliage and remove the flower buds.