‘Royal Tapestry’ brightens the early to midsummer garden with a kaleidoscope of cool hues ranging from rosy purple to lavender and icy white. The tiny, individual flowers are held in dense, flat-topped cluster which hover on slender stems above low, rhizomatous clumps of fine, ferny, aromatic foliage. They are attractive to butterflies, and also make lovely cut flowers.
Common yarrow is a carefree, drought-tolerant species native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Easily grown...
(Common Yarrow, Salmon Beauty Common Yarrow)
Common yarrow is a carefree perennial native to temperate climates of the northern hemisphere. The Galaxy Series offers large flat-topped clusters of diminutive flowers on strong stems in summer. 'Salmon Beauty' has salmon-pink flowers, that fade over time, held above green, ferny leaves. Plants may bloom intermittently from early summer to early fall if deadheaded regularly.
Common yarrow is rhizomatous and may become unruly if allowed to grow freely, so it's essential to divide every few years....
(Common Yarrow, Strawberry Seduction Common Yarrow)
The luscious, velvety red flowers of yarrow ‘Strawberry Seduction’ fade minimally with age, unlike those of many older varieties. Bred in the Netherlands, this patented cultivar is part of the Seduction Series introduced by Blooms of Bressingham, and was developed from selected seedlings of the popular Summer Pastels group. The bright blooms are carried on tall, slender stems above healthy clumps of ferny, deep green foliage from early through midsummer. They are attractive to butterflies, and...
(Common Yarrow, Summerwine Common Yarrow)
From early through midsummer, yarrow 'Summerwine' displays many large, flat-topped clusters of small, ruby-red flowers dotted with tiny white centers. The colorful blooms are held on strong, slender stems above low, spreading clumps of finely divided, aromatic, gray-green, foliage. They are attractive to butterflies, and also make lovely cut flowers.
Common yarrow is a carefree, drought-tolerant species native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Easily grown in full to part sun...
James H. Schutte
(Common Yarrow, Terracotta Common Yarrow)
This outstanding yarrow cultivar offers endless design possibilities with its tapestry of warm, sunset hued flowers and soft gray-green foliage. The dense, flat-topped flower clusters are blushing orange when new, fading to paler shades of apricot and ivory with age. They are carried on slender stems above spreading clumps of fine, ferny leaves from early to midsummer.
This tough, easy-care perennial performs best in full sun and moist, reasonably fertile, well-drained soil, but will tolerate...
James H. Schutte
(Common Yarrow, Fanal Common Yarrow)
Yarrow 'The Beacon' decorates the summer garden with many flat-topped clusters of deep red flowers with tiny yellow centers. Also sold under the name 'Fanal' forms a healthy clump of fine, ferny, green foliage which spreads more politely than that many yarrow cultivars. The dense, jewel-toned flower clusters bloom atop sturdy stems from early through midsummer, and are irresistible to butterflies.
This tough, easy-care perennial performs best in full sun and moist, reasonably fertile, well-drained...
(Common Yarrow, Wonderful Wampee Common Yarrow)
Yarrow ‘Wonderful Wampee’ brightens the early to midsummer garden with many large, flat-topped flower clusters of clear pink fading to softer shades of pale pink with age. A patented cultivar, it is part of the Tutti Frutti TM series introduced by Blooms of Bressingham, and was derived from selected seedlings of the popular Summer Pastels group. The rosy blossoms are carried on strong, well-branched stems atop compact, spreading clumps of fine, ferny foliage, and are attractive to butterflies.
(Common Yarrow, Summer Pastels Common Yarrow)
Winner of the prestigious All-America Selections award, the Summer Pastels group offers a far greater range of flower colors than those of common yarrow (Achillea millefolium), the species from which it was developed. The dense, flat-topped flower clusters appear from early to midsummer in an array of soft, non-fading shades including lavender, ivory, apricot, rose and pink. They are held on slender stems which rise from vigorous clumps of ferny, green to gray-green foliage.