Plant Portraits – Nettle and Yarrow

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Stinging Nettle – Utica dioica
Nettle is rocking the PNW right now. I’ve learned to take my time with it, to be patient.

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Yarrow – Achillea millefolium
“Achillea” as in Achilles – It was a brew of yarrow into which Achilles was dipped by his heal. Let’s all promise if we’re faced with a similar situation, we’ll submerge each other completely.
I’m still learning about Yarrow. It’s my plant ally for the year, so I’m sure I’ll have much more to share.

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One Response to Plant Portraits – Nettle and Yarrow

  1. Doris Mattina says:

    Stinging nettle above ground parts are used along with large amounts of fluids in so-called “irrigation therapy” for urinary tract infections (UTI), urinary tract inflammation, and kidney stones (nephrolithiasis). The above-ground parts are also used for allergies, hayfever, and osteoarthritis.`”"`

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