Ex Tax: 1.68€
Express perennial: miracle cut and dried flower in the first year!
Blooms in the first year 17 weeks after sowing.
Grams per 1000 seeds: 0,2.
Seed Requirement: 1 g / 1000 plants
Best Sowing Date: Anytime
Way of Germination: Fast Germinator
Germination: Rapidly germinating (2 to 3 weeks), keep seed in constant moisture (not wet) with temperatures of about + 20°C. Do not cover the seeds, but tightly press into the earth. Keep in cooler conditions after germination occurs.
Germination to Transplant: 4 - 6 weeks Transplanting to salable Plant: 6 - 8 weeks.
Fertilization: Medium. Rich coloured flowerheads are freely produced form mid summer until the first frosts. Achillea is avaluable perennial that will flower year after year with no trouble.Our colour mix is exotic and uplifting making a showy statement in beds and border when used as a cutflower.
Potting of achillea. These plants should be grown in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in full sun. All, except Achillea ptarmica and Achillea ageratum should be lifted and divided every 2nd or 3rd year to keep them growing actively. Coronation Gold and Achillea Filipendulina should be planted in well-drained, moisture-retentive soil. Propagation of achillea The herbaceous kinds spread quickly and may be increased by detaching rooted pieces in the spring or fall. They will need to be supported by stakes in the summer, since they have loose habit of growth. Those grown in the rock garden may be increased by cuttings taken from young shoots in the summer or by division of old plants in the spring or fall.
The plant is drought-resistant and not demanding on soils. Prefers full sun, but can grow in partial shade. It grows in one place for 4-5 years and grows strongly. Propagated by seeds and spring or autumn division of the bush. Sowing of seeds is carried out in June-July in open ground on spreading ridges, lightly sprinkling them with wet sand. At a soil temperature of +18°C shoots appear in 10-20 days. Seedlings are planted in a permanent place in August, maintaining a distance between plants of 20-25 cm.
Eng.: Common yarrow, yarrow, milfoil, nosebleed, soldier s woundwort, staunchweed, thousand leaf, thousand seal, thousand weed, woundwort. Suom.: Leikkokärsämö. Sven.: Rölleka, backhumle, jordhumle, karibacka, näsegräs, näsgräs, röllika, vanlig rölleka. Bot. syn.: Achillea lanulosa Nutt.