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Foraging And Using Yarrow

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Yarrow, Achillea milefolium L., is a green fern-like foliage with tiny flowers ranging in different colors. It can grow between ankle and knee height, and may allude you if you blink. Named for the reference to Achilles, the hero of the Trojan wars for its widespread use in stopping bleeding, yarrow commonly flowers in June to September, depending on location. It is found among grass, in meadows and along open pastures. Yarrow leaves and blossoms are both edible, and is a great source of Vitamin B1.
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