A total of seven Achillea species have been recorded in Jordan. They are generally characterized by gray-green, hairy, basal stems; gray-green, hairy, aromatic, bitter-tasting leaves; gray, woolly flower buds; and large clusters of yellow flower heads at stem tips.
Different species occur in habitats ranging from dry fields in the highlands, including Mafraq and Amman, to humid soils around flood pools in the Basalt Desert.
Mostly spring. Some species bloom in summer or autumn.