Achillea millefolium lanulosa * Mountain Yarrow
Achillea lanulosa is an enthusiastic addition to the garden. The plant taxonomy generally considers the Mountain Yarrow to be included with Achillea millefolium no longer even carrying subspecies characterization. A. lanulosa was considered to be distinguished by having more narrow leaves would be found in the yellow pine forest. The finely dissected green leaves form a dense mat, the flowers rise up on 6"-8" stalks. The flowers have a wonderful crinkled look. The fragrant foliage has medicinal properties, if taking this plant for medical use care should be taken. Achillea millefolium lanulosa grows in its native habitat up to 8,000 feet in moist locations.