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any of several plants of the genus Achillea native to Europe and having small white flowers in flat-topped flower heads

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Achillea (Yarrow) spends the summer producing large, flat heads of tiny flowers in a range of colours, from yellows and pinks to deep wine reds and terracotta shades.
Scabiosa, which grow to around 60cm (2ft), make great plant partners for achilleas or sidalceas, which like the same conditions.
Lawyer Achilleas Demetriades said that although the case started out against Turkey in the the European court, the final settlement provided for the exchange of property in the KKTC belonging to Tymvios with property belonging to the Turkish Cypriot community in Larnaca.
Police deputy Achilleas Karamboutakis said: "We have not found any clues as to where he is.
This works well with Phlox, Heleniums, Sedums and Achilleas.
ACHILLEAS KALLAKIS, a familiar face on television screens from his appearances on Matchroom Sports' made-for-television shootout poker tournaments, has been making the headlines in recent weeks.
The vice chairman Achilleas Kyprianou said that he had made his resignation available to the Communications Ministry.
The cochairs of the ad hoc group now include Lautenbacher; Akio Yuki, the Japanese deputy minister of education, culture, sports, science, and technology; Achilleas Mitsos, director-general of research with the European Commission; and Robert Adam, South Africa's director-general of science and technology.
Representing the prosecution in court are private lawyers Georgios Triantafyllides, Christos Clerides, and Achilleas Emilianides.
Although their flowers take many forms - from dahlias to achilleas - all are beloved by insects.
If you can grow them they are absolutely brilliant, especially mixed with grasses and achilleas.
Take cuttings from dianthus, achilleas, dwarf phlox and saxifrages for the rock garden.
My own preference is still to incorporate taller alpines and small herbaceous varieties like the eye-catching geums, verbascums, and achilleas or as the wonderful and wise Neil McDonald, of McDonalds Nurseries in Llanfoist called them during one of our many put-the world-to-rights chats 'pseudo-wildflowers'.