Silver-grey foliage with flat sulphur-yellow flower heads from June to September. This variety is shorter than some.
Bred by Alan Bloom in 1954.
Attractive to pollinators, particularly hoverflies.
The plants spread slowly into sizeable clumps without becoming invasive. Awarded the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
A good choice for growing in cottage and wildlife garden schemes.
The yarrow family has been valued as garden plants for centuries and are useful for their wide range of colour and long flowering season. Most are excellent for cutting and drying and all are loved by bees and butterflies.
Common name(s): Yarrow
Photo2 courtesy of The Hardy Plant Society.