|Scientific Name||Achillea filipendulina|
|Principal Common Name||Yarrow|
|Common Name(s)||Fernleaf Yarrow|
|Description||This plant grows 4ft. high, and the foliage, though fern-like, has an untidy appearance, from the irregular way it grows. The flowers are somewhat singular, arranged in corymbs of a multiplex character; they are very large, often 5in. across. These "old-fashioned" flowers will last for several weeks after being cut, and even out of water for many days.|
|Height Range||36 - 48 IN|
|Spread Range||12 - 15 IN|
|USDA Zones||3a : 3b : 4a : 4b : 5a : 5b : 6a : 6b : 7a : 7b : 8a : 8b : 9a : 9b|
|Leaf Texture||Fern-like : Fragrant|
|Flower Color||Bright Yellow : Gold|
|Ease of Growing||Easy|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun)|
|Soil Preferences||Acid : Well-drained|
|Outstanding Features||Cut Flower : Deer resistant : Flower|
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