Achillea millefolium

Achillea millefolium




  • Fragrant perennial with feathery leaves
  • Grows in many habitats and is drought tolerant
  • Likes full sun
  • Can take mowing and some foot traffic
  • White or cream-colored flower clusters on stalks up to 3 feet tall
  • Found in all sections

Bay Hills, Berkeley, Carquinez Strait RP, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Lafayette, Mt. Diablo, Mt. Diablo east, Mt. Diablo north, Mt. Diablo south, Mt. Diablo summit, Mt. Diablo upper, Mt. Diablo west, Oakland, Pt. Molate, Redwood RP, Richmond, Shell Ridge, Sunol RP, Tilden RP, Walnut Creek


1 gallon, 4 inch

bloom season Apr
pollinators Bees
pollinators Butterflies
habitat Chaparral
habitat Coastal scrub
growth habit Creeping
sun Full Sun
soil Good
habitat Grassland
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
water Low
bloom season May
water Mod
soil Moderate
habitat Oak woodland
sun Part Shade
soil Poor
habitat Riparian
dormancy summer
soil Well-drained
flower color White

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