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Achillea Ageratifolia

Balkan Yarrow, Greek Yarrow

Fully hardy perennial Fully hardy perennial
Flowers For Cutting/Drying Flowers For Cutting/Drying
Bees And Butterflies Bees And Butterflies

Young plants
from £2.90

10 Young plants
Delivered by 07th May 2021


Achillea ageratifolia, also known as English Mace, is a pretty culinary herb producing clusters of small creamy white daisy-like flowers throughout the summer over serrated aromatic foliage. Much loved by bees and butterflies, Achillea are excellent cut for fresh flower arrangements or dried for longer lasting creations. Growing to an approximate height of 45cm, Achillea are happy grown in borders or containers in well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Achillea are said to be named after Achilles, who reputedly used it to heal his soldier's wounds after the siege of Troy. Historically it is has been used for many complaints from nose bleeds to thrombosis. Achillea are both rabbit and slug resistant but the nectar-rich blooms are much loved by bees and butterflies. Not fussy on soil conditions as long as it is well-drained, Achillea are happy in sun or partial shade. Being herbaceous, fully hardy perennials, they will thrive outside for you to enjoy for years to come with no winter protection required. Dying back in winter they will sprout again in spring.
Part Sun/Part Shade
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Fully hardy perennial
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80cm (32in)
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All plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.

FH - Fully hardy - will withstand temperatures down to -15 C (5F) and often lower.
H - Hardy - are happy down to at least -5C (23F).
HH - Half hardy - can withstand down to around 0C (32F).
T - Tender - may be damaged by temperatures below 5C (41F)
WT Warm temperate can withstand temperatures between 5-10 C (41-50 F)
ST Sub Tropical are happy in temperatures between 10-15 C (50 59 F)
TR Tropical can withstand temperatures above 15 C (59 F)

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