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Achillea Colorado Group (Yarrow Colorado Group)

Other names: Achillea millefolium Colorodo Mix

Colorado Group are clump-forming, deciduous to semi-evergreen perennials with finely-divided, dark grey-green leaves and, in summer, erect, branching stems bearing dense, flattened clusters of tiny flowers in shades of pink, red, yellow, white, or orange.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea x kellereri (Kellereri yarrow)

A. x kellereri is a compact, clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with lance-shaped, pinnate, silvery, grey-green leaves and upright stems bearing loose clusters of tiny, cream to white flowers from late spring to late summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.2m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea x huteri (Achillea)

A. x huteri is a mat- to mound-forming, evergreen perennial with pinnatifid, silvery-grey leaves and short stems bearing dense clusters of white flowers in summer and early autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.25m
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Ultimate height 0.15m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea ptarmica (Sneezewort)

Other names: sneezeweed, Ball of snow, Bastard pellitory, European pellitory, Wild pellitory, Fair maids of France, Seven years' young, Sneeze yarrow, White tansy

A. ptarmica is an upright, herbaceous perennial with, linear, finely toothed, dark green leaves and sprays of off-white flowerheads in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea grandifolia (White yarrow)

A. grandifolia is a robust, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with ovate, pinnate, grey-green leaves and stout, sturdy stems bearing domed or flattened clusters of white flowers from early summer into autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea ageratifolia (Greek yarrow)

Other names: Balkan yarrow

A. ageratifolia is a low growing, deciduous perennial alpine with silver-green, hairy, toothed leaves and in late spring to early summer it has white, flat flower heads.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.15m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea umbellata (Umbellata yarrow)

Other names: Ptarmica umbellata, Achillea argentea hort.

A. umbellata is a clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with ovate, pinnate, hairy, silvery grey-green leaves and umbels of white flower heads in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.2m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea ptarmica 'Double Diamond' (Sneezewort 'Double Diamond')

'Double Diamond' is a mound-forming, herbaceous perennial with linear to narrowly lance-shaped, dark green leaves and loose clusters of double, white flowers throughout summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.8m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl' (Sneezewort 'The Pearl')

'The Pearl' is an upright, herbaceous perennial with sprays of white, double flowers with brown centres from early summer to autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.75m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Achillea ptarmica 'Nana Compacta' (Sneezewort 'Nana Compacta')

Other names: Yarrow 'Nana Compacta'

'Nana Compacta' is a compact, upright perennial with green leaves and grey-white flowers that bloom from summer until early autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.3m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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