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Achillea millefolium L.
16 photos.
Known as "common yarrow", "soldiers woundwort" and "bloodwort".  It was used to staunch the flow of
blood.  The leaves are variable.  Blooming time quite variable.  June -September.

ITIS Taxonomic Serial No. 35423

1. Early July.  Disk flowers are few with the ray flowers being longer than in A. sibirica
Note that some of the disc flowers are still in bud.

2.  Early July and this plant is just leafing out.









3.  Same time and place as 2.

4.Mid-June and in the bud stage.

5. Late June

6.  Close-up of a branch.

7. A. sibirica below, A. millefolium above.
Leaves of both species are quite variable.

8.  Late September, this large leaf is red while
smaller yarrow leaves in the pircture
are still green.

9.  Mid-September and this plant has gone to seed.

10.  Seeds shaken from center cavities of
plant in 9.

11.  Late September.  Ray flowers are
slightly pink.

12.  June 21, 2010.  A plant in bud with a
single bloom.

13.  June 28, 2010.  A single corymb with
a visiting beetle. Disc flowers are in bud.

14.  July 23, 2010.  A plant with pink

15. August 16, 2014.  A alpina above with the small
flowers, A millefolium below with the less
numerous but larger ray flowers.

Achillea millefolium
16. July 19, 2015.  A pink terminal inflorescence.






Photos 9, 10 and 16 taken south of Central
65° 33.84' N, 144° 48.46' W
Elev. 950 ft.

Photos 7 and 15 taken along Upper Bottom
Dollar Road.
65°  25.2' N,   144°  48.5' W
Elev. 1900 ft.