Yarrow Rubra Red Seeds
Info: Yarrow Rubra Red will produce clusters of ruby red to deep magenta coloured flowers. They form a beautiful contrast to the dark-green, feathered, fragrant foliage. The flowers are especially well suited for perennial beds and natural gardens and can also be used as cut flowers and dried flowers. They are also a pasture for bees and insects.
Sowing & care: Sowing from March in pre-culture or from May directly outdoors. Only press the seeds lightly on. Later plant out at a distance of 40 - 60 cm. Yarrow needs a fresh, permeable soil rich in humus and nutrients and a sunny location. If the faded inflorescences are regularly removed, it will flower a second time. In autumn to late autumn the shrub is pruned up to 20 cm above the ground. If the perennials become too large, they can be propagated by division.
|Botanical name||Achillea Filipendulina|
|Sowing||from mid-March in pre-culture, from May outdoors|
|Location||sunny location, well-drained, nutrient-rich soil|
|Germination temperature||14 - 18°C|
|Germination||7 - 14 days|
|Blooming||June - September|
|Height||60 - 120 cm|