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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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By soprano Chryso Makariou and actor Achilleas Grammatikopoulos.
ACHILLEA is a staple in gardens - and it is easy to see why.
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.
With: Antonis Kafetzopoulos, Theodora Tzimou, Christos Stergioglou, Sofia Seirli, Achilleas Kiriakides, Minas Hatzisawas, Michel Demopoalos, Patis Koutsaftis, Makis Papadimitriou, Christos Liakopoulos.
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 names of the prize winners of the 13th European Contest for Young Scientists were read out on September 21 at Bergen in Norway, during a ceremony in the presence of Prince Haakon of Norway, the European Commission Director-General of DG Research, Achilleas Mitsos, and four Nobel prize winners.
Today, in an attempt to showcase and present the art that is Maria Callas two renowned artists, soprano opera singer Chryso Makariou and actor Achilleas Grammaticopoulos, join forces on stage to present Maria Kalogeropoulou Callas, The Woman and The Artist.
Adam Bakos and his team were in charge of building the ice cathedral with the theme of Sagrada Familia Gaudi," specified Veronika Littvova, head of the tourism organization for the Vysoke Tatry region, as quoted by the TASR newswire.The original piece of ice art is supplemented by artistic panels of Achilleas Sdoukos, glassmaker and designer of Slovak-Greek origin.
Plug gaps in borders with coneflowers, daylilies, verbena, achilleas and Russian sage plus ornamental grasses.
Dr Achilleas Samaras, from the University of Bologna in Italy, said: "Although the simulated earthquake-induced tsunamis are not small, there has been a recorded history of significantly larger events, in terms of earthquake magnitude and main shock areas, taking place in the region."
If you can grow them they are absolutely brilliant, especially mixed with grasses and achilleas.
Scabiosa, which grow to around 60cm (2ft), make great plant partners for achilleas or sidalceas, which like the same conditions.