Few realize that Achillea is in the Aster family but it is Greek yarrow, A. ageratifolia, that gives it away. This unusual species has aromatic, linear, lightly toothed, silver-green, lavender-like foliage forming low, spreading mounds covered in pure white daisies with light yellow centres in mid to late spring. Evergreen in mild winter climates. Grow in full sun in lean, free-draining soils.
Asia and the Pacific - Southwest Asia and Asia Minor
Europe and Africa - Europe and Western Russia
Native to rocky, mountainous areas in Greece and the Central Balkans.