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Achillea millefolium 'Summer Berries' is a stunning perennial plant with fern-like foliage and a delightful array of fruity-colored flowers ranging from pink to red to white. Standing at a height of 75cm, it is perfect for mass planting in the middle of borders or equally effective when grown in containers. This plant is highly adored by butterflies and bees, adding a touch of natural beauty to any garden. Thriving in full sun, it is a must-have for your outdoor space.
Traditionally treasured as border flowers, Achilleas are renowned for their feathery foliage and captivating flat, circular flower heads that bloom throughout the summer season. They harmonize wonderfully with other perennial flowers, making them a vital component in traditional herbaceous borders. Whether in island beds, cottage gardens, or various perennial planting schemes, Achilleas find their place effortlessly.
The Achillea millefolium 'Summer Berries' mix offers a magnificent display of blooms in a diverse range of colors, including orange, red, and pink. Its best position is at the back of a mixed herbaceous border, where the vibrant, flat flower heads will entice a wide variety of pollinators. For optimal results, plant this variety in well-drained soil and ensure it receives ample sunlight. Additionally, Achillea millefolium 'Summer Berries' makes an exceptional cut flower, adding beauty to any floral arrangement.
Achillea 'Summer Berries' is a magnet for bees, beneficial insects, birds, butterflies, moths, and other pollinators. With its nectar-rich flowers and abundant seeds, it provides a valuable food source for birds. The profusion of tiny flowers creates striking flat clusters of color that gracefully perch upon tall stems above the aromatic and delicate foliage. As a low-maintenance perennial, it bursts with vibrant late-summer hues, illuminating the back of herbaceous borders. Its adaptability to poor and dry soils makes it an ideal choice for wildlife gardens, attracting butterflies and other fascinating insects.