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Achillea Seeds - Golden Yarrow

Eriophyllum confertiflorum

Minimum Seed Count: 900

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  • Maturity Date: 70-75 Days
  • Life Cycle: Perennial
  • Color: Yellow
  • Plant Height: 12-24 Inches.
  • Planting Season: Spring & Fall
  • Growth Habit: Spreading, Upright, Clumping
  • Bloom Season: Late Spring, Early Summer
  • Native To United States: Yes. Native To: CA, NM
  • USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9, Zone 10

Transform Your Garden with the Radiant Beauty of Golden Yarrow

Transform your garden with the radiant beauty of Golden Yarrow (Eriophyllum confertiflorum). This native wildflower, celebrated for its brilliant clusters of golden-yellow flowers, adds a burst of color and charm to any landscape. Known for its resilience and low maintenance, Golden Yarrow thrives in well-drained, sandy, or rocky soils and is ideal for xeriscaping and drought-tolerant gardens.

Benefits of Growing Golden Yarrow

Golden Yarrow blooms from late spring to early summer, attracting a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, making it a vital addition to any pollinator-friendly garden. Its finely divided, gray-green foliage provides a lovely contrast to its vibrant blooms, adding texture and interest to garden beds, borders, and rock gardens.

Native to the western United States, Golden Yarrow (Eriophyllum confertiflorum) is well-suited to various garden settings, from wildflower meadows to structured landscapes. Its deep roots help stabilize soil, making it an excellent choice for erosion control on slopes and hillsides.

Why Choose Golden Yarrow for Your Garden?

  1. Radiant Color: Golden Yarrow offers brilliant clusters of golden-yellow flowers that brighten any garden.
  2. Pollinator-Friendly: Attracts bees and butterflies, supporting pollinator health.
  3. Resilient and Low Maintenance: Thrives in well-drained, sandy, or rocky soils with minimal care.
  4. Erosion Control: Deep roots help stabilize soil, perfect for slopes and hillsides.
  5. Versatile Planting: Suitable for wildflower meadows, structured landscapes, and rock gardens.

Easy to grow from seed, Golden Yarrow requires minimal care once established. Simply sow the seeds in a sunny location with well-drained soil, water sparingly, and enjoy the enduring beauty and ecological benefits this delightful wildflower brings to your garden.

Location: Choose a location with full sun to partial shade. Golden Yarrow thrives best in full sun.

Soil Preparation: Ensure the soil is well-drained. Golden Yarrow prefers sandy or rocky soils but is adaptable to various soil types, including poor soils.

Sowing Seeds:

Direct Sowing: Sow the seeds directly outdoors in early spring or late fall. Scatter the seeds on the soil surface and lightly press them in without covering them too deeply, as they need light to germinate.
Indoor Starting: For an earlier start, sow seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Use seed-starting trays filled with a seed-starting mix. Press the seeds lightly into the surface and keep the soil moist until germination.
Germination: Seeds typically germinate within 14-21 days. Maintain a consistent moisture level in the soil during this period.

Transplanting: If starting indoors, transplant seedlings outdoors after the danger of frost has passed. Space the seedlings 12-18 inches apart to allow for adequate air circulation and growth.

Care Instructions:

Watering: Once established, Golden Yarrow is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Overwatering can lead to root rot and other fungal diseases.

Fertilizing: Golden Yarrow generally does not require fertilization, especially if planted in nutrient-poor soil. Over-fertilization can cause the plants to become leggy and weak.

Mulching: Apply a thin layer of mulch around the base of the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Avoid mulching too close to the stems to prevent rot.

Pruning and Deadheading: To encourage continuous blooming, deadhead spent flowers regularly. This will also prevent self-seeding. In late fall, cut back the stems to about 1-2 inches above the ground to tidy up the plant and prepare it for winter.

Pests and Diseases: Golden Yarrow is relatively pest and disease-free. However, it can occasionally be affected by aphids or powdery mildew. If necessary, treat with insecticidal soap or a fungicide.

Dividing Plants: Every 3-4 years, divide the plants in early spring or fall to rejuvenate them and prevent overcrowding. Dig up the clumps, separate them into smaller sections, and replant them in a suitable location.

Special Considerations:

Deer and Rabbit Resistance: Golden Yarrow is generally deer and rabbit resistant, making it a good choice for gardens in areas with these pests.
Pollinator Friendly: The flowers attract beneficial pollinators, including butterflies and bees, contributing to the health and biodiversity of your garden.

Uses and Benefits:
Golden Yarrow (Achillea filipendulina) is known for its bright yellow flower clusters that add vibrant color to gardens. It is drought-tolerant and ideal for xeriscaping and low-water landscapes.

In traditional medicine, golden yarrow shares many uses with common yarrow. It has been used to treat wounds, respiratory issues, and digestive problems. The plant’s strong aroma and bitter taste also make it useful as an insect repellent. Golden yarrow is often used in dried flower arrangements due to its long-lasting blooms.

Use this text to share information about your product.Uses and Benefits:
Golden Yarrow (Achillea filipendulina) is known for its bright yellow flower clusters that add vibrant color to gardens. It is drought-tolerant and ideal for xeriscaping and low-water landscapes.

In traditional medicine, golden yarrow shares many uses with common yarrow. It has been used to treat wounds, respiratory issues, and digestive problems. The plant’s strong aroma and bitter taste also make it useful as an insect repellent. Golden yarrow is often used in dried flower arrangements due to its long-lasting blooms.

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