Achillea Moonshine

Achillea Moonshine

Growzone: 6-9

Achillea Moonshine flowers Bright yellow flowers to brighten up any sun loving garden all summer long! Achillea Moonshine has silver foliage with 3' tall stems topped with broad, bright lemon-yellow flower heads It was introduced by Alan Bloom in the 1950's so saying it withstood the test of time is an understatement. An excellent choice for a sunny, hot dry site, especially if it's windy. Achillea Moonshine makes a beautiful cut flower! Achillea Moonshine is an excellent deer-proof perennial that attracts butterflies.

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Achillea Moonshine flowers Bright yellow flowers to brighten up any sun loving garden all summer long! Achillea Moonshine has silver foliage with 3' tall stems topped with broad, bright lemon-yellow flower heads It was introduced by Alan Bloom in the 1950's so saying it withstood the test of time is an understatement. An excellent choice for a sunny, hot dry site, especially if it's windy. Achillea Moonshine makes a beautiful cut flower! Achillea Moonshine is an excellent deer-proof perennial that attracts butterflies.  Achillea Moonshine is a hybrid between Achillea clypeolata and Achillea x 'Taygetea. It was introduced in the 1950's by Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens in Diss, England. In the garden Achillea Moonshine is similar to A. x 'Coronation Gold' except in size and shade of flower color and that it tends to stay upright even after the hardest of summer rains. The inflorescences are flat-topped, dense, deep lemon-yellow and 2-3" in diameter, while the gray-green foliage is filigreed. It is one of the most popular yarrows in American landscapes and is often recommended because of habit and interesting flower color. The flowers appear in early June and it continues to bloom until mid September.

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