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Achillea Terracotta flowers start off flowering with a deep biscuit shade fading to a gorgeous, pale creamy lemon which combines so well with violet, magenta and indigo colours.


Eventual width 40 cm. Eventual height 70cm. Flowers June to September. Full Sun / Part Sun. Happy in any soil type.


Achillea's are useful plants for providing an open structure shape with multi flowering stems. Although the flower heads are large they don't require staking. They are a good mid height plant making them suitable for the middle of the border or the front. They are fantastic for pollinators and not susceptible to damage from slugs or other pests.


They are fully hardy perennials meaning they survive through the worst winters and return every year. They die back in early Winter and reappear in Spring.

Achillea Terracotta 9cm pot

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