Achilea millefolium
  • Hul’qumi’num Name: t’uliqw’ulhp
  • Description: Herbaceous perennial with soft, finely dissected, aromatic foliage. White flowers emerge in late summer.
  • Habitat: Highly adaptable – open sites from wet to dry.
  • Harvest: Young leaves and flowers.
  • Edibility: The young leaves can be added to salad, the flowers and leaves to tea.
  • Fun Fact: The leaves can be applied to cuts to stop bleeding. Other medicinal uses are many and varied, dating back thousands of years.

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