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Achillea filipendulina (Asteraceae)
An upright, drought tolerant, perennial, native to Europe but has naturalized throughout North America. The finely dissected leaves resemble those of a fern and are easily identified in the seedling stage. The small mustard-yellow flowers are tightly compact forming a disc-shaped head usually affixed to a single stem. Prefers light, rich soils in full sun.
Average planting success with this species: 50%