Translation of yarrow in Spanish:


milenrama, n.

Pronunciation /ˈjɛroʊ/ /ˈjarəʊ/

See Spanish definition of milenrama


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    milenrama feminine
    • Gather early summer flowers like violets, yarrow and red clover to dry for teas and for tincturing.
    • These include sweet cicely, beebalm, yarrow, purple coneflowers and others.
    • The blue shades of balloon flowers are striking when planted in combination with gold or deep orange cosmos or yarrows.
    • The herbs chamomile, valerian, yarrow, nettle, comfrey and dandelion can help make a success of your compost heap.
    • For example, yarrow, a plant of major importance in herbal remedies, gets only three rather insignificant mentions.
    • Hydrangeas, celosia, yarrow, baby's breath, rose buds, and cornflowers also dry well and make gorgeous decorations.
    • For one of my favorite bouquets I use echinacea flowers, yarrow, feverfew, lavender, sage, apple mint, and catmint from my garden.
    • Herbs for the Immune System: Echinacea, garlic, yarrow, and coltsfoot.
    • We talked of old times like other women do, our feet steaming in front of the stove where we sat underneath neat bunches of drying thyme, rosemary, yarrow, and oregano.
    • I had wormwood, soapwort, dill, yarrow, tarragon, chives, rosemary, lavender, angelica, many kinds of basil and thymes.
    • Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarrow provide a kaleidoscope of colour to enjoy at the end of your walk.
    • Aromatic foliage, such as lavender, monarda, nepeta, thyme, yarrow, mint, Russian sage, and artemisia.
    • At last they come upon it - the farmhouse covered in wisteria, hydrangeas in bloom all around, the yarrow and cornflowers, the daisies and black-eyed susans.
    • Oily complexions respond best to basil, eucalyptus, cedar-wood, cypress, lemon, sage, lemongrass, yarrow and ylang-ylang.
    • From these various composts, special preparations are made using such things as silica, yarrow, chamomile, nettle, oak bark, dandelion and horsetail.
    • Allan Armitage, perennials expert at the University of Georgia, suggests teaming plants with tall yarrows such as ‘Coronation Gold’.
    • The crossbred Welsh and Suffolk flock feeds on wild herbs and grasses, clover, yarrow and vetch on land owned by the National Trust and designated of Special Scientific Interest.
    • Three long-blooming summer perennials - the shasta daisy, purple coneflower and yarrow - are reliable favorites that bring country charm to any setting.
    • Herbal preparations [including yarrow, camomile, nettles and the juice from valerian flowers] guide the composting process, in the same way as a homeopathic treatment might work.
    • I use perennial alpine pinks, biennial sweet William and self-sowing annual candytuft to edge beds of Jupiter's-beard and June-blooming yarrows such as pale yellow ‘Taygetea’ and ‘Moonshine’.