Pretty and pink - who can resist the bright blooms of the Achillea Appleblossom that will perk up flowerbeds and borders! Expect to see these beautiful flowers appear from June to September. The foliage on the Achillea Appleblossom is aromatic, too, adding a wonderful fragrance to your outdoor space.
It will come as no surprise that this plant is great for cut flowers, so you can enjoy inside, too. Plus, these will also attract pollinators, such as butterflies, to your garden.
Despite its summery appearance, the Achillea Appleblossom is fully hardy. It will thrive in full sun and appreciates well-drained soil. If its soil is too moist this could result in leggy or floppy growth. Plant in a colour-themed bed, or alongside ornamental grass for an eye-catching display.
How to keep me happy
Plant size: W17cm x H35cm
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Ideal for: Plant me into a flowerbed
Position in: I like basking in full sunshine
Pollinator: The bees and butterflies love me
Easy to grow: I'm a low maintenance plant
Scented: I'll help your garden to smell lovely
Jo's Top Tip
Deadheading this plant after its initial flowering could result in a rebloom, meaning more flowers, result!