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Cerise Queen Yarrow Seeds

$1.99

Cerise Queen Yarrow Seeds

$1.99
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Achillea Millefolium

  | 1000 Seeds|

Cerise Queen Yarrow features flower heads that are bright magenta-pink.This long time favorite is one of the darker pink yarrows. Since 1985 Achillea ‘Cerise Queen’ is a carefree and generously blooming perennial and a pretty addition to any border. From early to midsummer it displays large, flat-topped clusters of vibrant, pink flowers with tiny white centers. . Butterflies and bees love Yarrow flowers, and you will too in your summer border Yarrow is lovely and a medicinal herb as well. The herb seeds have been grown in herb gardens for centuries for the treatment of wounds. Height 24 inches, spread 18-24 inches. This hardy perennial is drought tolerant and requires little maintenance to create an explosion of late summer colour in a sunny spot at the backs of herbaceous borders. Try it among grasses, or in a gravel garden where it also enjoys the good drainage. The bright blooms are irresistible to butterflies, and also make excellent cut or dried flowers.  Hardiness zones  4-9

1000 Seeds per Package. 

How To Grow Yarrow From Seeds
  • Sow Yarrow seeds indoors 4 - 6 weeks prior to last spring frost.

  • Sow seeds  in small containers or starter trays using quality seed starting mix..
  • Press the seeds into the mix but do not cover seeds -- light is helpful for germination. Moisten mix and keep moist until germination begins. Germination takes 14-28 days at 65-72°F.

  • Grow seedlings for 3-5 weeks at 70-72°F in full light.
  • Transplant outdoors after frost danger has passed spacing them 10 inches apart. OR
  • Yarrow seeds can be sown directly outdoors as well. Prepare a seedbed of loosened soil that is weed free.
  • Once frost danger has passed, sow the  seed into the seedbed, pressing the seeds in tightly. Keep moist until germination.

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