Achillea x kellereri
at Digging Dog
Legend has it that Achilles used this plant to heal
his soldiers’ wounds after battle. As a folk
remedy, its leaves are prescribed to soothe abrasions
and toothache. We find this sturdy, dependable plant
the perfect remedy for many design situations. The broad, flat flower heads enhance horizontal elements, their colors blending with other perennials. Spicy smelling, fernlike foliage and strong
straight stems add to overall attractiveness. Spreading
and drought tolerant, Yarrow seems to thrive on
neglect, can handle ocean spray and will bloom again in
the fall if cut back in midsummer.
Achillea x kellereri
The silver-gray filigree foliage, sturdy, upright flower stalks and abundant yellow-centered white flowers combine to give this attractive hybrid a crisp, refreshing look. Even on our windy coast, it remains steadfast and lively. In the rock garden, en masse, or contrasted with the bronze blades of Stipa arundinacea or the deep green foliage of Dracocephalum ‘Fuji Blue’, this plant will quickly become a favorite.
Blooms May – September.
Size: 8" high x 8" wide; hardy to zone 5.
Achillea x kellereri (P-0173)
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September Perennial Specials!
Enjoy 20% off on your purchase of Anemone x hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson', Helenium 'Rubinzwerg or Achillea millefolium 'Pretty Belinda', which are featured in our early September Newsletter. Please mention "September 2016" in the comments box of our online order form. Sale ends September 30, 2016, plants must be shipped no later than October 4th.
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