Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of yarrow.

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Examples

  • "That summer, they started replacing their lawn with perennials and wildflowers such as yarrows, salvias, catmints and coneflowers.

    Gardening Without a Sprinkler

  • Gwenna quickly scouted the area and found a nearby deadfall, where a huge paleroot had recently blown over in a storm, taking other yarrows and tangleoaks with it.

    The Brothers' War

  •     Gwenna quickly scouted the area and found a nearby deadfall, where a huge paleroot had recently blown over in a storm, taking other yarrows and tangleoaks with it.

    The Brothers' War

  • Zone 3 is a transition area planted with low shrubs and perennials, including coyote brush, penstemon, yarrows and California poppies.

    Fore, right!

  • Spring bluebells and columbines might give way to yarrows and rues, which in turn leave the season's last word to coneflowers and asters.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

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