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Moonshine is a golden yarrow that covers itself with flowers on a plant to 18 or 24 inches tall. Silvery foliage. (Achillea)...
'Paprika' yarrow gives you sprays of crimson red blooms with yellow centers over aromatic, fern-like foliage. Long-lasting flowers fade to a dusty rose color over the course of the ...
Yellow Yarrow Little Moonshine is a bright burst of canary yellow flowers that will bring cheer to your sunny garden. Little Moonshine is a petite beauty that is perfect for small g...
Yarrow blooms are tightly-packed on flat flowerheads set atop soft, fern-like foliage. Perennial gardeners love the tough hardiness of these plants, as well as their resistance to deer and other critters. You'll want to give your Yarrow full, bright sun, and gritty, fast-draining soil, as they're most at home in almost-desert conditions. Most are fragrant and beautiful in the vase, either fresh or dried. Left to their own devices in the garden, they'll call in beautiful butterflies and native bees for a spectacular nature-watching show.