I love the yarrows that are out right now. There are just
so many wonderful colors that will blend right into any
garden.The little winged insects love them so they are
very beneficial and best of all the deer will not eat them.
So for “ Bloomin’ Tuesday ” sponsored by Jean over at
Ms. Green Thumb I will show some of the achillea or
Yarrow that I have around in my garden.
Why not add some in your garden too.
Apricot Delight Yarrow
Cerise Yarrow was grown from seed
Richard Nelson Yarrow
As you may have gathered I am very fond of the pink
This one is new and just taking off.
Anthea Yarrow courtesy of Bluestone Perennials
This is also a lighter yellow and is new and has not
bloomed as yet but it is growing very well.
This white one came from some wild flower seeds.
Its stems are weaker and it tends to lay down.
We are getting a few light showers today here in the
hills which is welcome. While parts of the state have been
dumped on we are getting very little. The garden will welcome
what ever comes our way along with adding more water to
the rain barrel and cistern.
Happy Gardening Everyone !!