Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
The architectural flower spikes of this herbaceous plant are green and white when in bud, maturing to soft purple and white flowers, which contrast well with the large dark green leaves.
The bold spikes of white flowers with contrasting purple bracts are at their best in mid summer, displayed to advantage above large well-divided dark green leaves.
A stunning, eye-catching plant, one of the best red flowered Achillea around. Bees and hoverflies cannot get enough of it too.
A beautiful mid pink variety with individual florets that are a bit larger than the average Achillea. This hard to find Yarrow is much sought after by designers,...
Gently domed clusters of small flowers open soft salmon pink fading to cream, over ferny mid green foliage. Another very pretty Achillea, its delicacy belies its toughness. Great for pollinators.
For fans of ACHILLEA 'Moonshine' here is a recently introduced 'mini-me' version that will fizz and pop against all the jewel-like hues in your summer border.
This plant's very soft grey foliage contrasts well with the intense yellow flowers that are produced in early summer.
Clusters of rich ruby red flowers are held high on branching stems above mid green finely cut foliage. The flowers are best in mid summer.
Masses of bright yellow florets form dense, slightly flattish flowerheads, which act as landing pads for pollinating insects, over its slightly fuzzy and finely cut mid green leaves.
Dense clusters of terracotta orange flowers which gently fade to cream, are carried high above finely cut mid green foliage.
This is a very elegant pure white flowering form of Achillea, which holds its flowers high above a mat of mid green leaves with serrated edges.
Sprays of bright orange/red flowers with a distinct yellow centre appear in summer, over grey foliage. A favourite ingredient of many a RHS Hampton Court show garden, it produces masses of flowers ..