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Achillea, sow, plant, maintain

Achillea, sow, plant, maintain


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Achillea grow in large clumps, they are very interesting in the garden because they are easy to grow, they require little maintenance apart from a small regular cut, as soon as the sun is out. Yarrow comes in many color and size varieties, from dwarf to "giant".

Botanical name:

Achillea - several varieties

Type of plant

Perennial plant - Family Asteraceae

Particularity

Cold resistant up to: -20 ° C and more

Benefits to the garden

Yarrow is easy in the garden. It is interesting for rapid growth, low maintenance, duration of flowering from June to October, 5 months of flowers in the garden! In addition, the choice of colors apart from blue allows a lot of combination in the garden.

Description of yarrow

Tiny flowers in flat inflorescences sit at the end of long stems of a beautiful soft green, up to 1.20 for the giant golden yellow Achilleae. In their dwarf form (Achillea nana), the flowers are less numerous and measure 15 to 20 cm, with fluffy blue gray foliage.

Gardener's Info

Yarrow requires dry soil, and of all types (quality), even calcareous soils see Yarrow grow very well. for better plant development and more flowers, it is necessary to produce a regular cut of the faded flowers.

At the right time

Under shelter in March

• Sow in a box.

• Make a mixture of 60% potting soil and 40% sand, and tamp the mixture well.

• Sow the seeds on the surface without covering them.

• Water with a sprayer, the soil must always be moist until the rise. It should always be damp, but NEVER full of water.

• When the plants are a few centimeters tall, transplant them into individual peat cups.

• In April, or when all risk of frost is gone, put the buckets in the ground.

In the ground in the months of May to July

• Prepare the area by loosening the soil.

• Mix in sand and potting soil

• Sow on the surface and tamp.

• Sprinkle finely in very fine rain with a spray bottle.

• the soil must be moist until the plants emerge until perfect growth.

Other varieties

• Achilee yellow, "Coronation Gold" large variety.

• Achilee "Millefolium", which offers saffron, cherry, rose, lilac and more yellow.

• Dwarf variety, 15 cm high, white Achillea "Umbellata"

Agrees with

To be planted with Benoites, nepetas and geraniums.

With or without a garden ...

In the garden: on the edge and rockery for the dwarf varieties, and in perennial beds for the others.

Without garden: In 40cm earthenware pot, with a mixture of 1/3 sand, 2/3 potting soil.

Interview

As things progress, remove faded flowers. By practicing this pruning as the flower goes, the plant conserves its energy to promote the appearance of new shoots.

At the end of the season when the Achillea have dried, cut off the stems at the base to remove the wilted part. This will facilitate the restart for the following season.

Flowering

Flowers from June to September, 5 months of blossoms without breakouts, it is a plant that does good in the garden!

Exposure

Watering

High. and Width

Sun

in case of drought

from 0.15 cm to 1.2 m. and30 to 50 cm

Space between plants

Depth

30 to 60 cm

Do not bury the collar


Achillea: easy and aromatic

Yarrow, also known as "Cut grass", is a pretty perennial, very popular for its foliage but also for its aromatic and medicinal properties.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Achillea
Family : Asteraceae
Type : Perennial

Height
: 20 to 100 cm
Exposure : Sunny
Ground : Ordinary

Flowering : June to September


Yarrow: how to divide and replant it

As dapper in cottage gardens as it is in country settings, theyarrow, from its Latin name Achillea millefolium, despite everything has a small defect. She tends to show a certain lack of vigor when it comes to colorful varieties.

When and where to replant yarrow?

Whether pink, red or orange, all yarrow tend to age after three years after planting. They must therefore be regenerated by division before the tuft regresses in order to save them. Late summer is a good time to do this.

The plants obtained can be put in place before the winter cold. It is best not to replant yarrow in the same place as it is susceptible to diseases caused by pathogenic fungal germs that can remain in the soil for up to a year. Do not hesitate to replant theyarrow in several places, in order to find the place that suits him.

Either way, she pairs beautifully with most other perennials.


Insects and diseases: the enemies of yarrow

I have had some aphid and whitefly issues when my plants are in the greenhouse and exposed to moisture. Once outside, they present no particular problem.

* Note: For more details on thinning seedlings see our article “Thinning seedlings”

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