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CLScott
Calgary
Canada

August 14, 2010
2:39 AM

Post #8038856

After getting the old wild white yarrow, in a wildflower mix,
many years ago, I find myself ignoring all yarrows.
I did grow a yellow which was well behaved.
And I have another in my yard which was labelled as Russian Yarrow.
It is well behaved also. I don't know if it is a true yarrow or not.

Back in the dark ages when I was young, the grass mixes contained dwarf white yarrow.
I think some of the "no mow" mixes still do contain dwarf yarrow.

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