Your dished spurs make me as sharp-set now, as they did when the cook was the fairest maid in yarrow.
It is probable that this is the locality of "the Dowie Dens of yarrow."
Some of the gunboats that shelled the dervishes from the banks of the Nile below Khartoum were built by yarrow.
It is a low muir, on the banks of the yarrow, lying to the west of yarrow Kirk.
A tiny trickle of water flowed out of it, flowed down to join the yarrow.
Ettrick and yarrow between them comprise most of Selkirkshire.
One has read "yarrow Unvisited," one of the loveliest of Wordsworth's poems.
The door was ajar; yarrow pushed it open, and the two men went in.
To understand this, one has to live in yarrow—to come under the influence of its environment.
yarrow watched him, and then slowly turned, and raised his head.