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Achillea 'Coronation Gold'

Our Ref No : 10381 £7.99 Stock : 3
Size: 2 Ltr

Achillea 'Coronation Gold'

Achillea 'Coronation Gold' stands as a regal presence in the garden, its stout stems emerging proudly from basal tufts of feathery foliage. Throughout the summer months, it showcases magnificent flat heads adorned with vibrant gold flowers, creating a spectacle of color and texture from June to August. Thriving in sunny conditions, it adds a touch of majesty to any landscape.

Associated Plants:

Echinops (Echinops ritro): The globe-shaped, steel-blue flowers of echinops contrast beautifully with the golden blooms of Achillea 'Coronation Gold.'

Nepeta (Nepeta spp.): With its lavender-blue spikes of flowers, nepeta complements the sunny hues of achillea and attracts pollinators.

Sedum (Sedum spp.): Drought-tolerant sedums offer a textural contrast with their succulent foliage and provide late-season interest.

Agastache (Agastache spp.): Known for their long-lasting blooms and aromatic foliage, agastaches attract bees and butterflies while complementing the color palette of 'Coronation Gold.'

Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea): Echinaceas, with their daisy-like blooms, extend the blooming season and offer a pop of color alongside the golden achillea.

Stachys (Stachys byzantina): The soft, silver-gray foliage of stachys creates a striking contrast with the bold blooms of achillea, adding texture and visual interest to the garden.

Common NameFernleaf Yarrow
Approx Height (10 yrs.)90-120 cm (36-48")
Soil TypeAll
Soil pHAcid, Neutral, Alkaline
AspectSun
HardinessHardy
Flowering TimeSummer
Cut FlowerCut Flower
Plants for PollinatorsPlants for Pollinators
Bee FriendlyBee Friendly
Flower ColourYellow
Plant TypeHerbaceous
Perennials
Stout stems rise from basal tufts of feathery foliage. Flat heads of bright golden flowers June-August. Plant in full sun.

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