Double Diamond Pearl Yarrow
(Achillea ptarmica) Perennial zones 3-10. The Pearl is a relative of common yarrow and was popular during the Victorian era. From pollinator attractor to medicinal plant and cut flower, this highly ornamental herb plays many roles. Plants reach 2-3 feet tall and produce gobs of cheerful white pompoms, which are alluring to many small pollinators. The Latin name Achillea is a reference to the healing properties of the plant, as it is said that the soldiers commanded by Greek mythological warrior Achilles used yarrow to treat their wounds. Also a versatile cut flower, it can be used fresh or dried as an everlasting.
Polish Pastels Mix Yarrow
(Achillea millefolium) An electrifying mix of colors that breathes life into the landscape. Yarrow is an ancient herb appreciated for centuries as a healing plant. Ancient Native Americans chewed the leaves for toothaches, and an ancient Chinese proverb claims that yarrow brightens the eyes and promotes intelligence. Yarrow is a keystone plant for the drought-tolerant garden and is frequently grown in butterfly gardens. The roots also help to prevent erosion.
Yarrow - Cerise Queen
(A. millefolium) Perennial. Brilliant pink flowers, borne in typical yarrow fashion: hundreds of tiny blooms, in flat clusters, are produced with abandon until late autumn. Same carefree ways as white yarrow, and the same foot-tall plants with fern-like foliage, but the color really makes an impression!
Yarrow - Colorado Mix