Agrimony, a genus of hardy perennial herbs of the rose family. They are native to the north temperate zone, and are considered wild flowers, although they are sometimes cultivated. The plant bears wandlike clusters of small yellow flowers and has aromatic leaves. The fruit is covered with hooked bristles. The most common North American species is found from Nova Scotia south to North Carolina and west to Kansas; it is also found in New Mexico. The common agrimony, a European species, yields a golden yellow dye.

Agrimonies belong to the family Rosaceae. The common North American species is Agrimonia gryposepala ; the common agrimony, A. eupatoria.