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Z Achillea Millefolium Red Velvet (9cm)
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Z Achillea Millefolium Red Velvet (9cm)

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Price: €2.75
List Price: €3.59

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  • Description

This eye catching flowering perennial has large flat heads of deep red flowers that stand on branching stems above green ferny foliage blooming over a long period of time during summer.These long lasting flowers look effective planted in large clumps or drifts in a sunny mixed border or cottage garden scheme they are low maintenance and easy to grow and are great plants for attracting valuable wildlife into the garden.
 
Common name Yarrow Red Velvet
Height 70cm X 70cm
Situation Full sun. This plant will grow in a sheltered or exposed site.
Soil Well drained normal, chalk or sandy soil that's acidic, neutral or alkaline
Flowers May - October
Hardiness Hardy Perennial
Plant care Deadhead to prolong flowering and cut back any untidy foliage in spring
 
* All our plants are grown outside making them extremely hardy. Sometimes they do not look exactly as the picture depicts. Depending on the time of year they are purchased it may be the plants are just starting to show signs of growth after winter, could have recently been pruned to keep them in good condition or deciduous shrubs could possibly have bare stems due to seasonal changes. We can assure you the root systems are strong and waiting to burst into life*
 
 

 

 

 

 

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