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Milfoil yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Milfoil yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
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Seed quantity:
5,000 Pcs.
Needs light to germinate
Botanical name:
Achillea millefolium


Milfoil yarrow is not only valued as a tobacco substitute, but also for its many healing qualities: it has a calming effect, relieves cramps and reduces inflammation.

Package with 5000 yarrow seeds

Growing instructions
Yarrow is a hardy perennial and likes lots of sun. Sow seeds in spring in a cold frame or in indoor pre-culture. These seeds germinate at around 20° C. Cover the seeds with a layer of soil approximately 1-2 times the thickness of the seed. In the first few weeks avoid waterlogging. Plant out the vigorous seedlings and remember that the lavishly growing plants need a distance of about 30cm.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Plant height approx.:
6–80 cm
Root system :
Stoloniferous (spreads through runners)
Flower colour:
Pink, White
Flowering period :
August, July, June, May, October, September
Water requirements:
Lifecycle :
Perennial, Vivacious
Winter hardy up to:
–30 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
February, March
Sowing time outdoors:
April, June, May
Sowing depth:
Needs light to germinate
Planting distance approx.:
30 cm
Main harvest:
During the flowering period

Companion planting

Good intercropping partners:
katzenminze, salbei

Other names

German names:
Achillenkraut, Achilleskraut, Barbune, Bauchwehkraut, Blutstillkraut, Bolick, Dusendblad, Edelgarb, Fasankraut, Fase, Feldgarbe, Feldgarbenkraut, Gabl, Gachelkraut, Gachheil, Gahel, Gahrl, Garb, Garbe, Garbenkraut, Garbewurz, Garwe, Garwel, Gerbel, Gertel, Gerwel, Gliedkraut, Gollenkraut, Gotteshand, Gransine, Graue Genge, Graw, Grensing, Grillenkraut, Grundheil, Grünsingkraut, Grüttblom, Grützblume, Guer, Gänsezungen, Gärwel, Hasenschardele, Heil allen Schaden, Herigottruckenkraut, Judenkraut, Jungfrauenaug, Jungfraukraut, Kachel, Kachelkraut, Karbe, Karpenkraut, Karwekraut, Katzenagel, Katzenkraut, Katzenohl, Katzenschwanz, Kelke, Kervele, Lämmlizungen, Mannsleuterl, Margarethenkraut, Poorblöme, Reine Jase, Reinfase, Relek, Relicken, Relitz, Roleggen, Rolick, Rälk, Röhlke, Rülkers, Rüppel, Sachfrist, Schabab, Schabgrab, Schaffgarbe, Schafkarwe, Schafrippe, Schafschier, Schafzunge, Schapfgerwe, Schelkraut, Schenken, Schiufkraut, Schnitzelquäck, Schofgarb, Schweinbauch, Sägkraut, Tausendaugbraun, Tausendblatt–Schafgarbe, Tausendplat, Tausendspalt, Tusendblat, Wilder Bienenpfeffer, Wuntkraut, Zangenblume, Zeiskraut
English names:
bloodwort, carpenter's weed, devil's nettle, gordaldo, largehead yarrow, milenrama, milfoil, nosebleed plant, nosebleed weed, old man's pepper, sanguinary, soldier's woundwort, thousand–leaf, thousand–seal, western yarrow
French names:
Achillée des monts Sudètes, Achillée tomenteuse, herbe aux charpentiers, herbe aux cochers, herbe aux coupures, herbe aux militaires, herbe de Saint–Joseph, herbe de la Saint–Jean, herbe à dindes, herbes à dindons, persil à dinde, saigne–nez, sourcils de Vénus
Spanish names:
abrofia, ajoporro, altarreina, aquilea, artemisa bastarda, balsamina, camomila de la sierra, camomila de monte, cañimana, celestina, cientoenrama, filigrana, flor de la pluma, flor de pujo, flor del soldado, flores mil, hierba de Aquiles, hierba de las cortaduras, hierba de las heridas, hierba de los carpinteros, hierba del golpe, hierba del militar, hierba del soldado, hierba meona, manzanilla del Moncayo, manzanilla romana, meona, milefolio, milefolio vulgar, milenrama, milflores, milfolio, milhojas de España, milinrama, milinraya, milramas, milrayas, milrosas, pelo de burro, perejil bravío, rabo de gato, real de oro, triaca, yerba de Aquiles, yerba del riñón, yerba meona
Italian names:
Erba da tagli, Erba formica, Millefoglio, Millefoglio montano, Stagnasangue, cent pied, erba dei somari, erba del soldato, millefoglie, sanguinella stagna


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