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Image of Achillea ptarmica (The Pearl Group) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Sneezewort)

Sneezeweed in The Pearl Group vary in size but all have double flowers. These spreading herbaceous perennials originate from regions across Europe and Russia and their fully double flowers are ivory or white. Plants in this group also tend to be more compact than average.

In spring they form vigorous clumps of linear dark green leaves that emit a strong scent when crushed. They produce loose clusters of double white blooms. The small flowers rise from slender leafy stems in summer. Regular...

(Siberian Yarrow)

Achille sibirica is a slender hardy perennial native to the northern regions of North America and the Northern Hemisphere. The plant makes an upright stem with distinctive narrow leaves that have minutely saw-tooted edges, unlike the ferny leaves of many species in the Achillea genus. The flowers have stubby white or pink petals and a prominent yellow center. They grow in a loose cluster at the top of the stem. Flowering runs through summer and into early fall.

This species prefers full or partial...

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James H. Schutte

(Siberian Yarrow)

Achille sibirica is a slender hardy perennial native to the northern regions of North America and the Northern Hemisphere. The plant makes an upright stem with distinctive narrow leaves that have minutely saw-tooted edges, unlike the ferny leaves of many species in the Achillea genus. The flowers have stubby white or pink petals and a prominent yellow center. They grow in a loose cluster at the top of the stem. Flowering runs through summer and into early fall.

This species prefers full or partial...

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Stephanie Cohen

(Siberian Yarrow)

This cultivar, 'Stephanie Cohen,' is a hardy perennial that differs from its parent, Achillea sibirica,in the color of its flower petals, which is a bluish pink. The flowers have yellow centers and are borne in a loose cluster at the top of a single stem. Theleaves are narrow and minutely saw-toothed, unlike the ferny leaves of many species of Achillea. Flowering runs through summer and into early fall.

Like the species, 'Stephanie Cohen' prefers full or partial sun on well-drained moist soil....

Image of Achillea sibirica ssp. camschatica photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Siberian Yarrow)

This subspecies of Achillea sibirica, a slender hardy perennial native to the Northern Hemisphere, makes an upright stem with distinctive lance-shaped leaves that have saw-tooted edges. The flowers have stubby white or pink petals and a prominent yellow center. They grow in a loose cluster at the top of the stem. Flowering runs through summer and into early fall.

This species prefers full or partial sun on well-drained moist soil. To make a notable show, group several plants together in a mixed...

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James H. Schutte

(Love Parade Siberian Yarrow, Siberian Yarrow)

Delicate clusters of palest pink flowers blanket this tough perennial in early summer. In spring, the clump-forming 'Love Parade' sends up upright stems lined with glossy dark green leaves. Its long-lasting flowers are lavender pink when they first open and fade to a dirty white as they age. This hardy and resilient plant will continue to flower into early fall, if regularly deadheaded, and is attractive to butterflies.

Siberian yarrow is very easy to grow. Full to partial sun is required...

Image of Achillea tomentosa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Wooly Yarrow)

This Achillea species, also known as Wooly yarrow, is a small hardy perennial from southern Europe and western Asia with distinctive gray-green leaves that are lined with so many chubby leaflets that they look almost wooly. The leaves spread close to the ground in a thick, mussy mat from which flower stems rise, topped with a dense cluster of small yellow flowers. Bloom starts in early summer and continues to early fall.

Wooly yarrow has several uses:it can make a thick, flowering groundcover,...

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Syngenta

(Golden Fleece Wooly Yarrow, Wooly Yarrow)

This yarrow cultivar is a mat-forming, hardy, herbaceous perennial with distinctive toothy, hairy leaves that look as if a spider had covered them with silk. The tousled mat of leaves is very low and the flower stems rise only a little higher. The flower custers are tightly made of many gold-yellow flowers with blunt petals and a promiment gold center. Flowering is profuse from early summer to early fall. The parent is wooly yarrow, a species native to southern Europe and western Asia.

Wooly...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Goldie Yarrow, Wooly Yarrow)

This Achillea species, also known as Wooly yarrow, is a small hardy perennial from southern Europe and western Asia with distinctive gray-green leaves that are lined with so many chubby leaflets that they look almost wooly. The leaves spread close to the ground in a thick, mussy mat from which flower stems rise, topped with a dense cluster of small yellow flowers. Bloom starts in early summer and continues to early fall.

Wooly yarrow has several uses:it can make a thick, flowering groundcover,...

(Dwarf Wooly Yarrow)

Silvery-leaved, low-growing and drought tolerant, this is the perfect small yarrow for rock gardens and sunny border edges. A hybrid of the species Achillea clavennae and Achillea tomentosa, it forms a mat of narrow, gray-green, minutely toothed leaves. Loose, flattened clusters of buttery, pale primrose flowers bloom on short stems from late spring to midsummer. These are attractive to butterflies and have a soft, pretty appearance. Regular deadheading may extend flowering.

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