|Western Yarrow is a member of the
plant grows to 40 inches in height and has light green,
fern-like leaves that grow to
8 inches in length at the plant's base. The plant
typically grows in fields, clearings in pine forests and disturbed areas at elevations between
5500 - 11500 feet.
Native Americans used the Western
Yarrow for medicinal purposes. A tea was made from parts of the
plant to treat various illnesses.
Western Yarrow blooms between June - September
and produces a cluster of white flowers that grow to 1/8 in width