Achillea, also called Yarrow, is a hardy perennial. It will be alive and thriving long after your annuals have succumbed to the first frost. It will still be in bloom after many other perennials have gone to sleep for the winter. And, late in the fall season, it’s flowers are so lovely amidst the falling leaves. Achillea originated in Asia and Europe. To many, they are a common wildflower. But, they have also can be found in many home gardens. Colors include bright, yellow (most popular), red, and white.
Outsidepride Yarrow Summer Berries 1000 Seeds
This variety, Summer Berries Mix, has flower clusters in a mix of colors: salmon, yellow, white, pink, cherry red and cream. It grows easily from seed and has a long bloom season, summer through fall. Yarrow makes a great cut flower, and it dries well for use in dried arrangements.
Outsidepride Yarrow Pastels 1000 Seeds
This Summer Pastel Mix has 3 – 4 inch flower clusters with pastel shades of pink, rose, orange-red, purple, gray, salmon and mauve. The flower clusters are long-lasting and make a great cut flower, and it dries well for use in dried arrangements.
Red Yarrow Achillea Millefolium Rubra Jumbo Wildflower 2000 Seeds
Cluster-like flowers quite similar to white yarrow make this reddish-pink variety a colorful addition when planted with other yarrows or in a mixture. This wildflower can be somewhat aggressive if seeded too heavily. Drought resistant and long-lasting!