Fern Leaf Yarrow
Fern Leaf Yarrow
Fern Leaf Yarrow gets it's name from it's finely textured foliage resembling a lacey fern. It's a small herbaceous perennial growing to about 18 inches tall and wide and will naturalize somewhat to about 3 feet. Given the right conditions, this plant will bloom from Spring all the way through Fall. These flowers can be used in table arrangements and will last several days after being cut. Very drought tolerant and deer resistant. Achillea filipendulina can be planted full sun or very light shade. Give only occasional summer irrigation. Can tolerate poor soils as long as there is good drainage to prevent stem rot. Cut back spent blooms to keep flowers and foliage coming back nicely. Use as a bordering plant and pair with Leymus, Penstemon, Salvia clevelandii, Blue Fescue, Sedum and other low succulents. Hardy to 5 deg. F.
Sun Exposure: Full Sun/lite Shade
Water Needs: Low
Bloom Season: Spring Through Fall
Mature Height: 1-2'
Mature Width: 2-3'
Proper planting technique will help your plants thrive! Follow these simple steps to help your plants establish quickly, develop a strong root system, and live longer:
- Properly dig the hole
- Amend the soil to suit each particular plant
- Place the plant and backfill the soil
- Provide ample water for each particular plant
- Review our how to plant guide!
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