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Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow

Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow

Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow is a versatile and vibrant plant, perfect for any garden enthusiast. Known for its beautiful blooms and ecological benefits, it’s a must-have addition to your landscape.


Please note: Most pictures represent mature plants. Unless otherwise specified, all of our plants are sold in 4″ pots to make shipping possible and will mature in time.

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Common Name

Paprika Yarrow





Native Range

Eastern North America, Northern temperate regions


3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Height Range (ft.)

1.50 to 2.00

Spread (ft.)

2.00 to 3.00

Bloom Time

June, September

Bloom Description

Red, Yellow Centers


Full Sun


Dry, Medium



Suggested Use

Border, Herb, Pollinator Garden


Deer, Drought, Poor Soil


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Product Description

Introducing the enchanting Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow, a versatile and vibrant perennial plant that will elevate your garden with its natural beauty and ecological benefits. Known for its delicate clusters of tiny flowers in shades of white, pink, and yellow, Yarrow is a must-have for any garden enthusiast seeking a pop of color and functionality.

Why Choose Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow?

  • Dazzling Color Palette: Blooms in a variety of captivating colors, including white, pink, and yellow, creating a stunning visual display that attracts pollinators like butterflies and bees.
  • Multi-Purpose Planting: Perfect for borders, rock gardens, and wildflower meadows, it adds texture and charm to any landscape, blending effortlessly with other plants for a harmonious look.
  • Low-Maintenance Wonder: Once established, Yarrow is drought-tolerant and requires minimal care, thriving in diverse soil conditions and varying sunlight levels from full sun to partial shade.
  • Seasonal Delight: Enjoy blooms from late spring to early fall, providing continuous beauty and interest throughout the growing season.

Cultivation Tips

  • Sunlight Needs: Yarrow prefers full sun but can tolerate partial shade, making it adaptable to different garden environments.
  • Soil Preferences: Thrives in well-drained, sandy loam soil but can grow in various soil types, including clay and rocky soils.
  • Watering Requirements: Water regularly until established, then reduce watering as Yarrow is drought-resistant once mature.
  • Planting Density: Space Yarrow plants approximately 12-18 inches apart to allow for their spreading growth habit and to create a lush, full appearance.

Design Ideas for Your Garden

Enhance your garden design with the versatility of Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow. Use it as a border plant to add a burst of color along pathways or mix it with other perennials for a dynamic and vibrant display. Yarrow’s airy blooms also make it a lovely addition to cottage gardens or naturalistic landscapes, attracting beneficial insects while adding charm and whimsy to your outdoor space.

Ecological Benefits

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow contributes to ecological balance by attracting pollinators and beneficial insects, promoting biodiversity in your garden. Its low water requirements also make it an eco-friendly choice for water-conscious gardeners.

Elevate your garden with the timeless beauty and ecological benefits of Achillea millefolium Paprika – Yarrow. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting, Yarrow is a resilient and delightful plant that brings joy and color to any outdoor setting.


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Summer Shipping Concerns

Please expect some delays in shipping during summer months!

Shipping perishable items in the heat of summer can be tricky to say the least. Our goal is to try to get your plants to you in the best shape possible.

This means we may hold off on shipping items during periods of excessively high temperatures to give your new plants the best chance of surviving their journey in good shape.