Scientific Name: Achillea millefolium
Family Name: Asteraceae
Bloom Period: Late winter to Fall
Life Span: Aromatic Perennial
Height: 10-75 cm tall
Habitat: Widespread and common in opened fields.
Leaf Description: Leaves are fernlike, pinnately dissected, with divisions again dissected.
Flower and Petal Description: Flowers are composite heads, usually with 5 white to pink or rose ray flowers and 10-30 cream-coloured disk flowers; involucre of several rows overlapping bracts; inflorescence of many heads in a hemispheric or flat-topped cluster.
Fruit Description: Fruits are flat achenes, without a pappus.
Medicinal Uses: The whole plant has been used by Native Americans for centuries. Cures skin problems, stomach issues, and migraines.
This flower is native to the area.