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Yarrow is a hardy perennial often found growing wild along roadsides.
It has feathery leaves and bunched heads of white or pinkish flowers.
You can easily pull up yarrow and replant it elsewhere with few problems, although you should be aware that it spreads easily and rapidly.
Yarrow leaves have been used to stop bleeding.
The dried stem, flowers, and leaves can be mixed with elderflower and peppermint to be taken as an infusion at the first sign of a cold.
A cooled infusion of leaves can be used as a cosmetic wash for oily skin.
Yarrow can also help garden rubbish decompose if it's mixed in with the waste.
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