Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) wildflower
This upright perennial has multiple clusters of flowers on each hairy stem with feather-like leaves. You can expect to see this flowering from June to October and reaching between 8 - 40 cm in height. Yarrow is very common throughout both Britain and Ireland and is found in a large range of grassland habitats including coastal.
This is a common perennial species that flowers late into the season, with tiny disticnt white or pink flowers. The latin 'milfoil' means a thousand leaves and refers to the tiny divide segments of the feathery leaves.