Yarrow Achillea has dense clusters of flowering heads that are white
in most species but may be pink or yellow. Most yarrows have divided leaves
and those of a commonly seen species in North America Achillea
millefolium are so deeply-divided that they look like little fern
fronds. The petal-like ray-florets are female flowers and the disk-florets
have both male and female flower parts.
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