Yarrow Achillea Millefolium Perennial Seeds

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Achillea Millefolium, a native perennial upright, aromatic herb, with tough, erect, furrowed woody stems up to 50cm high, growing from a creeping rhizome. The finely-divided alternate leaves are 5-12cm long, bi- and tri-pinnate, accounting for its Latin name meaning 'thousand-leaf'. The composite flowers are arranged in dense flat-topped terminal corymbs, white to pink, each flower being about 4-6mm in diameter and with a characteristic odour. It is common in pastures, grassy banks, hedgerows and waste places in dry sunny positions throughout most of Europe, but is rare in the Mediterranean. Plants with only white flowers grow on calcium-rich soils, but pink-flowered yarrow may grow on acid soils. Plants grown on acid soils contain greater quantities of the active constituent azulene. 

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    Sowing; Yarrow germinates freely and can be sown at any time of year when conditions are suitable for growth. It is usually sown in late winter to early spring or late summer to autumn, when temperatures are around 18 to 25°C (62 to 75°F)

    Sow the seeds into cells or pots containing good quality seed compost. Sow on the surface and do not cover, as light aids germination of seeds. Water from the base of the tray, Place in a propagator or warm place, ideally at 18 to 25°C (62 to 75°F) Keep the compost moist but not wet at all times. Germination 5 to 10 days.

    Prick out each seedling once it has its first set of “true” leaves, transplant into 7.5cm (3in) pots or trays to grow on. Gradually acclimatise to outdoor conditions for 10 to 15 days before planting out after all risk of frost has passed. Transplant to full sun and light soil; if the soil is rich, the stems get floppy. Plant 30 to 60cm (12 to 24in) apart.

    Cultivation; Yarrow is a very easy plant to care for, it requires to be cut back in the autumn and divided every four years to maintain healthy growth.