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Botanical name: Achillea millefolium
Synonym: Achillea pratensis, Achillea sylvatica, Chamaemelum millefolium, Achillea magna, Achillea bicolor
Common name: Common yarrow, Yarrow, Nosebleed plant, Old man's pepper, Devil's nettle, Sanguinary, Milfoil, Thousand-leaf
Native to: temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Asia, Europe and North America
Life cycle: perennial
Flower colour: white to pink
Flower time (Central / West-Europe): June to August
Characteristics and usage: medicinal & culinary herb, a tea used by Native Americans to cure stomach disorders was made by steeping the leaves, also is used for wounds and bruises.
Weight of 1000 seeds: 0,16g
Seeds per gram: 6250
Cultivation / direction of sowing: direct seeding or sow at 20ºC (68ºF), germinates in less than two weeks, thin cover, needs light, grow on at 10ºC (50ºF)