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Achillea is a genus that contains approximately 85 deciduous flowering perennial plants and some semi-evergreen species, often known by the name Yarrow. Featuring fern-like foliage and large flowers throughout summer and autumn. This hardy genus contains low-growing, mat-forming species and some tall species which may need staking. Most suitable for borders and rock gardens. Leaves are hairy and aromatic, coloured grey-green and the flowers resemble daisies (3-15mm) arranged in clusters on flattened heads (7-12cm).
Yarrow Companion Plants
How to propagate Yarrow
Special features of Yarrow
Attracts useful insects
Flowers to Sow or Plant Under Cover in March
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