Central Great Plains, Chihuahuan Deserts, Cross Timbers, East Central Texas Plains, Edwards Plateau, Gulf Coast Prairies and Marshes, High Plains, Southern Texas Plains, Southwestern Tablelands, Texas Blackland Prairies
If desired, dead-head for appearance. Or leave flowers to go to seed.
Flat-topped clusters of white flowers. May go dormant in summer, return in cooler weather. Ferny, lacy foliage with pungent fragrance. Attracts beneficial insects. Colonizes by rhizomes and seeds. Hybridizes with Euroasian yarrows and cultivars; colors other than white are exotic cultivars. White yarrow found in the wild are closer to being pure native. Larval Host: Painted Lady.
Sun, Part Shade
Nectar, Larval Host
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1) Griffith, Bryce, Omernick & Rodgers (2007). Ecoregions of Texas. 2) https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ACMI2. 3) https://portal.torcherbaria.org/portal/taxa/index.php?taxon=Achillea+millefolium&formsubmit=Search+Terms. 4) http://bonap.net/TDC/Image/Map?taxonType=Species&taxonId=1959&locationType=County&mapType=Normal. 5) Miller, George O., Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas 2nd Ed., 2013, pg 52.
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