Flowerburst Red Shades
A magnificent blend of 3 rich color shades. Blooms all summer.
A 9 color yarrow mix with pastel shades in the majority. Great cut flowers.
Impressive flower heads in bright berry colors above ferny foliage.
Multiple cherry shades cover 2 ft. ferny, mat-forming plants.
Huge flower heads in a varied mix of 6 colors. Excellent cut, fresh or dried.
Cloth of Gold
Taller than most yarrows, with 3-4 in. wide flat flower heads in bright yellow.
Dwarf, double-flowered white yarrow grows to 12 in. tall. A first year flowering perennial.
How to Plant and Grow Yarrow
Plant Yarrow Seeds: Sow yarrow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil, do not cover. Light aids germination. Kept at 70° F., germination in 14-28 days. Can direct sow yarrow seeds into prepared seed beds thinly, in rows spaced 24 in. apart. Thin seedlings to 2-3 ft. apart.
Grow Yarrow: Full sun. Drought tolerant once established, best appearance with some summer water. Average to poor soil, good drainage. Plants tolerate salt, ideal perennial for coastal landscapes. Excellent cut flowers, fresh or dried. Cut plants back by half when flowers fade to stimulate repeat bloom. Divide when plants become crowded. Yarrow is deer and rabbit resistant. Flowers attract butterflies and beneficial insects. Easy to grow.