It is necessary to prune the plant to its stem 1-2 inches above the soil, after the first frost. If you have a large cluster of yarrow plants flourishing for some years, you will need to divide and replant them every 3-4 years. Transplant each plant, roots and flowers intact to a different location and separate them from the cluster.
Yarrow Not only does yarrow tolerate heat and drought like a champion, but this easy-growing perennial is also a great cut flower -- and deer, rabbits, and most other pests won't touch it. It comes in a number of varieties with blooms in shades of yellow, orange, red, pink, and white. Name: Achillea varieties Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall Zones: 3-9 Tips for Growing Yarrow PREV 3/16
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(Achillea Moonshine Yarrow) Moonshine' yarrow is an outstanding selection with silver-gray foliage and flat topped flowers of lemon-yellow flowers that cover the plant all summer. A sterile, non-reseeding variety.
Yarrow is a group of Rocky Mountain native perennials that are available in many colors, ranging from yellow, to white, to red. The plants are very drought tolerant, requiring almost no watering once established. Fern-like, finely dissected leaves form clumps at the base of the plant, often naturalizing and spreading. Flowers are produced on stiff, tall stalks throughout the summer.