Plants: Achillea millefolium 'Fire King' - Yarrow, Milfoil, Staunchweed

Posted by 02.06. 2007 18:27:32 (14635 readers)

Achillea Fire King

Get a good view of hummers as they feed from the clusters of rosy-red nectar-rich flowers. This unusual Yarrow is a virtually foolproof perennial. Covered in blooms from late spring to early fall, it provides a long season of color and food. Large clusters of bright blooms atop 15-20" stems with fernlike foliage yield abundant nectar. Excellent for bouquets and dried arrangements. Plant 18-24" apart. Bare-root plant fully guaranteed. Zones 3-9.


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