The Yarrow flower is a beautiful, delicate flower that symbolizes healing. This flower is perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any garden.
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Yarrow is a flowering plant in the daisy family. The common name “yarrow” is derived from the Old English name for the plant, gearwe. The genus name Achillea is named after Achilles, the Greek mythological hero, who supposedly used yarrow to treat his soldiers’ wounds.
Yarrow grows in temperate regions of the world and is commonly found in meadows, roadsides and hedgerows. It flowers from May to September and produces yellow, white or pink flowers.
Also called yellow trumpet or yellow elder, this plant is native to Florida and the West Indies. A member of the trumpet vine family, it’s an evergreen shrub that can reach 20 feet in height. The large, trumpet-shaped blooms are 6 inches long and appear in clusters. The plant is poisonous if ingested.
The yellow iris is a flowering plant that belongs to the genus Iris. The yellow iris gets its name from its characteristic yellow flowers. The yellow iris is native to Europe and Asia, and it has been introduced to North America. The yellow iris typically blooms in the spring, and it is a popular plant for gardens.
Yellow Lady’s Slipper
The Yellow Lady’s Slipper (Cypripedium calceolus) is a member of the Orchid family, and gets its common name from its slipper-shaped pouches. It is native to Europe and Asia, but can also be found in North America. These flowers are yellow with brownish spots, and they can grow to be up to 6 inches long. They typically bloom in May or June.
Yellow stonecrop is a flowering plant that is native to Europe. The scientific name for this plant is Sedum luteovirens and it belongs to the Crassulaceae family. This plant is also known by the common names golden sedum, yellow sedum, and yellow stone orpington. The leaves of this plant are oppositely arranged and are fleshy with a yellow-green color. The flowers are small and yellow in color with five petals.