Named after Achilles, the Greek Mythological character, because it is rumored that Achilles' soldiers treated their wounds with Achillea, more commonly referred to as Yarrow. Native to the cooler climates of Europe and Asia, Achillea produces small clusters of small, pale flowers, attracting various insects, beneficial to flower bed systems. The foliage and blooms are highly aromatic.
Up to 30 days. AAS Winner for 1990. Flat-headed flower cluster 6 inches across. Colors include yellow, rose, salmon, pink, lilac, ivory, gold, and coral.