Strong, Spicy Aroma!The Yarrow ‘Paprika’, Achillea millefolium, is an upright gold centered, fading to light pink & creamy yellow, Yarrow that blooms from June through September. With fern-like aromatic silvery to gray-green foliage, it is considered to be one of the best yarrows in any landscape. The foliage has a somewhat strong, spicy aroma, which persists when used in dried arrangements. The flower heads are 3-4” wide, with a spread of 18-24” and a height of 24”.This Yarrow does well in average garden soils, but prefers lean, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. (Avoid heavy clays and moist, rich, fertile soils.) Yarrow should be planted in full sun and is tolerant to hot humid summers. ‘Paprika’ is excellent for cutting, fresh or dried. Remove faded flowers regularly to promote continued blooming. Inclined to spread, so site this carefully or plan to reduce the clumps each spring. For an attraction to butterflies, deer and rabbit resistant, one can’t go wrong with this plant.* Attracts butterflies* Spicy, aromatic foliage* Months of blooms.
Attracts Butterflies but Not Deer or RabbitsThe Yarrow Sunny Seduction, Achillea ‘Sunny Seduction’ PPAF, is part of the Seduction series. This line is known for sturdy, compact growth, long bloom periods, and interesting flowers.’Sunny Seduction’ PPAF produces large sunny yellow flower heads that stand out in your garden. It is a prolific bloomer from June-August.The Achillea are a great choice for mass planting and are drought tolerant. Yarrow can tolerate poor soil conditions, but does best in lean, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. They can be adaptable to almost any soil with adequate drainage.Remove faded flowers to encourage more growth and divide every 3-4 years. Deadheading enhances appearance and encourages rebloom. Allow them to dry between waterings. Yarrow should be planted in full sun and is tolerant to hot humid summers. For an attraction to butterflies, deer and rabbit resistant, one can’t go wrong with this plant!* Sturdy plant* Prolific bloomer* Drought tolerant.