Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl' 

Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl'

1070

£ 3,99 tax incl.


Availability : Available

Container: 0,7 litre pot

Flowering period: summer flowers

Hardiness zone: zone 6-10

Height: 50 to 70cm

Plant spacing: 60 cm

Description:

Intense white illuminates the garden.

The ptarmica species is native to Europe's wet meadows and its most famous cultivar Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl' is a significant horticultural improvement (!) with elegant double white flowers.

Vigorous, hardy and easy to grow, Achillea ptarmica 'The Pearl' blooms profusely in an avalanche of pure white pompoms from June to late August on a cushion of dark green narrow lanceolate leaves.

In the garden, we plant it on the edge of shady beds or in a mixed border, along with campanula and plants with silver foliage.

Grow in the sun or slight shade in ordinary soil that should not be too dry. It can also grow in a heavier clay soil.

Height: 60 cm. Remove the dead flowers and stems to prolong flowering and cut the plant back at the beginning of winter. A good cut flower for arrangements.

For more information, please browse to our section on the White Garden.

Cultivation and Propagation
Soil type:good garden soil, ordinary soil, heavy wet clay soils
Culture advice:Well-drained soil with coarse sand, Planting soil composed: 1/3 coarse sand, 1/3 garden soil, 1/3 horticultural compost
Aspect:partial shade, full sun
Special maintenance:Prune the plant at the end of autumn, Cut off dead flowers
Multiplication Tips:Division in early spring
Garden tips:
Garden value:focus plant, easy to grow, attractive flowering
Garden style:garden undergrowth, cottage garden
Landscape interest:mixed-border
Position:front of the border
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