A delightful, easy to grow mix of rich colours perfect for borders and cutting.
These plants naturally inhabit open areas and are able to withstand a wide range of growing conditions including poor, sandy or rocky soils. In the garden, common yarrow is a favorite carefree bloomer for sunny flower gardens.
Low basal rosettes of fine, ferny, aromatic foliage anchor this plant throughout the year. The green to gray-green leaves are semi-evergreen and the clumps spread quite vigorously via rhizomes. In early summer it produces many strong leafy floral stems that become covered with broad, flat-topped clusters of diminutive flowers which are white. These appear from early to midsummer, and may continue intermittently to early fall if faded flowers are regularly removed.
It stimulates appetite and digestion.
Attracts butterflies and bees to the garden. Yarrow performs best in full sun and average well-drained soil but will tolerate partial sun to shade and dry soil. It spreads freely in the garden, and may require division every two to three years. This pretty, easy perennial is favored by butterflies and great for mixed beds and borders as well as wildflower gardens. (info source: Learn2Grow.com)
Genus - Achillea
Species - Millefolium
Variety - Summer Berries
Common name - Yarrow
Pre-Treatment - Not-required
Hardiness zones - 3 - 9
Height - 0,75 m
Spread - 0,40 m
Plant type - Perennial, fragrant
Exposure - Full Sun, Partial Sun
Growth rate - Fast
Soil PH - Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
Soil type - Clay, Loam, Sand
Water requirements - Drought Tolerant, Average Water
Landscape uses - Dried Flower / Everlasting, Cutflower, Mixed Border, Wildflower
Bloom season - June - September
Leaf / Flower color - Green / Mix
Seeds require light for germination, so optimal germination occurs when planted no deeper than 3-4mm.
The best sowing time inside - from January to March, outside - after the last frosts till June.
Sow with a guideline distance of 30 cm.
Soil temperature should be kept higher than +18C to ensure good germination.
By our calculations, you should look at sowing Common yarrow about 50 days before your last frost date .
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