Yarrow Common White
A medicinal herb used extensively over the centuries to bind battlefield injuries. Valued as a source of food for bees, butterflies and birds and limits soil erosion with its root rhizomes binding top soil. Very hardy. Direct sow by scattering seed and barely covering. The finely divided leaves are tipped with white umbelliferae-like flowers after approx 70 days.
Matures 70 days from direct sowing.
|OPTIMUM SOIL TEMP FOR GERMINATION||DAYS TO GERMINATION||HEIGHT||DISTANCE APART TO PLANT SEEDLINGS||WHEN TO SOW||NUMBER OF SEEDS PER PACKET||PREFERRED GROWING METHOD||BEST USE|
|15-20||14-20||60cm||20cm||1.2.3||5000||Direct Sow||Medicinal Plant|