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ACHILLEA SELECTIONS

perennials for butterflies
Perennials for bees

ACHILLEA FEATURES & CARE

- Attracts: Bees, Butterflies

- Resists: Deer, Rabbits

- Flowers: Cut, Dried, Aromatic

- Full sun

- Easy to grow

- Prefers well-drained soil

- Can be grown in a containers

- Drought tolerant

ACHILLEA PAIRS

Salvia Caradonna.jpeg
Kniphofia First Sunrise - Red Hot Poker.
Veronica Royal Rembrandt - Spike Speedwe
Hemerocallis Happy Returns - Daylily.jpe
Lavandula a. Hidcote - English Lavender.
Lithodora Gold n Sapphires - Gromwell.jp

GROWER'S NOTES

The trick to get a compact plant with added blooms is to trim the Achillea back at least half-way once the first set of blooms have faded. This will encourage a bushier habit that can stand up to winds better too.

Older varieties of Yarrow tended to spread more aggressively than the newer cultivars. I like to say the newer varieties are more 'polite'. :-)

Photos:

Header: © Wit's End Gardens, all rights reserved

Caradonna: Averater / CC BY-SA

First Sunrise: Walters Gardens

Royal Rembrandt: Walters Gardens

Happy Returns: Walters Gardens

Hidcote: Irene Grassi / CC BY-SA

Gold n Sapphires: TerraNova Nurseries, Inc.