Achillea millefolium

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Noun1.Achillea millefolium - ubiquitous strong-scented mat-forming Eurasian herb of wasteland, hedgerow or pasture having narrow serrate leaves and small usually white floretsAchillea millefolium - ubiquitous strong-scented mat-forming Eurasian herb of wasteland, hedgerow or pasture having narrow serrate leaves and small usually white florets; widely naturalized in North America
achillea - any of several plants of the genus Achillea native to Europe and having small white flowers in flat-topped flower heads
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Belonging to the Composite family, it carries such common names as bloodwart, milfoil, sanguinary, stanchgrass, and thousand-leaf. Yarrow is native to Europe, but has been naturalized in most temperate regions of the United States, and can be found in fields, roadsides, and other open places.