Achillea is easy to care for and versatile: they are good for borders, rock gardens, or wildflower meadows. These flowers are excellent for cutting or drying. Best planted in the spring in well-drained, average to poor soil. Achillea thrives in hot, dry conditions; they will not tolerate wet soil. Divide yarrow plants every 3 to 5 years. Lift the clumps of flowers in early spring or fall and remove any dead stems from the center of the clump. You can replant the divisions in well-prepared soil.
Summer Pastels Achillea is a hardy perennial. Strong-stemmed, pastel flower clusters in a beautiful color range unusual for yarrow. Foliage is fragrant and lacy. Plants flower the first year and will bloom continuously until heavy frost.
Height: 18-24 in.
Spacing: 18-24 in.
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade