|Achillea millefolium||Composite Family||Compositae|
|June - September||Common|
Description: From 8 inches to 3 feet tall, Leaves are finely divided into very small segments giving it a fern like appearance. Flowers have 5 rays that look like petals, being white to pink in flat clusters on top the stem. The odor is aromatic and has been used medicinally and as a tea.
Location: Roadsides, fields and wood boarders.
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