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Achillea “Paprika”

Herbaceous Perennial

Salmon to Rose colored flowers. Drives the butterflies crazy. Remove spent flowers for a late fall rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried.

Achillea “Peter Cottontail”

Achillea ptarmica “Peter Cottontail”
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Herbaceous Perennial

Large white flowers atop a mounding green perennial. Can be used as a mounding groundcover or in a meadow garden. Deer resitant, drought tolerant. Blooms all summer long.

Achillea “Pink Grapefruit”

Herbaceous Perennial

Bred in the Netherlands for their toughness. Compact, uniform dusty-rose-pink blooms throughout the bloom season.

Achillea “Pink Island Form”

Herbaceous Perennial

Pink flowers. Best in full sun in moist, well-drained soils, but can flourish in dry or clay soils. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Excellent Butterfly plant.

Achillea “Pomegranate”

Herbaceous Perennial

Rose Red flowers on strong vertical stems, fade to rust-colored in fall. Best in full sun in moist, well-drained soils, but can flourish in dry soils. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried.

Achillea “Red Velvet”

Herbaceous Perennial

Green gray foliage. Flowers summer thru fall. Often used for cut or dried flowers. Attracts butterflies and birds.

Achillea “Rodney’s Choice”

Herbaceous Perennial

This hybrid yarrow has deep magenta flowers. Get for fresh cut flowers, and dried flower sprays will hold their color.

Achillea “Rosa Maria”

Herbaceous Perennial

Fragrant blue-green foliage with magenta flowers in Spring/Summer.  Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom.  Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

Achillea “Salmon Beauty”

Herbaceous Perennial

Salmon colored flowers. Drives the butterflies crazy. Remove spent flowers for a late fall rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried.

Achillea “Sonoma Coast”

Herbaceous Perennial

White flowers in Spring/Summer. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

Achillea “Summer Wine”

Herbaceous Perennial

A rich burgundy red bloom that fades to a blush rose as it ages. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom.

Achillea “Sunbeam”

Herbaceous Perennial

Fern-like foliage with bright yellow flowers in spring/summer.  Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom.  Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts butterflies.

Achillea “Sunrise”

Herbaceous Perennial

Golden yellow flowers with a touch of pink in Spring/Summer. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

Achillea “Terra Cotta”

Herbaceous Perennial

This hybrid yarrow has terra cotta colored flowers. Get for fresh cut flowers, and dried flower sprays will hold their color.

Achillea millefolium

Herbaceous Perennial

White to pink flowers in Spring/Summer. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

Achillea millefolium “La Luna”

Herbaceous Perennial

Fern-like foliage with yellow flowers in spring/summer.  Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom.  Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

 

Achillea millefolium “Little Susie”

Herbaceous Perennial

Rose pink flowers in Spring/Summer fade to a soft lilac. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts Butterflies.

Achillea millefolium “Strawberry Seduction”

Herbaceous Perennial

Red flowers with yellow centers in Spring thru fall. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom. Cut flowers last a long time, look great dried. Attracts butterflies.

Achillea x kellereri

Herbaceous Perennial

Short silver foliage topped with stunning yellow-centered white flowers with scallopped petals. Deer resistant, attractive to butterflies and bees.

Achillea x lewisii “King Edward”

Herbaceous Perennial

Low growing, topped with pale yellow to creamy white flowers. Woolly green leaves. Can be used as a groundcover or in meadow gardens, and will do well between rocks as well. Blooms all summer long.

Adenia glauca

Large stem caudex with taproot; vining w/broad lobed leaves

Adenia spinosa

Caudex to 8ft. prefers shade while the 6ft. long vines prefer sun; keep warm and dry in winter

Adenia venenata

Tree-like caudiciform 2 feet around and can grow 10 feet tall. Palmate leaves.

Adenia volkensii

Grows thickened roots and a small caudex. Woody branches. Leaves palmate when mature.

Adenium arabicum

Rare; large caudex base with long stems, bonsai style. Dry in winter.

Adenium obesum

Caudex base with long stems. Often hybridized for a variety of flowers.

 

 

Adenium socotranum

Very rare. Grows in rocky soils in areas with high winds off the horn of Africa. Large caudex to 8ft. Pale pink flowers, not often seen in cultivation.