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Achillea millefolium ‘Paprika’

Paprika Yarrow
Scientific NameAchillea millefolium ‘Paprika’
Common NamePaprika Yarrow
FamilyAsteraceae (Daisy Family)
HabitDeciduous herbaceous perennial
Growth FormFern-like deep green foliage
Mature Size 
FlowersLarge clusters of cherry-red inflorescences with gold center flowers.
Flowers mature to a pink creating a beautiful multi-colored effect in the garden.
Bloom Time: Early to late summer.
Everblooming with regular deadheading.
HardinessZones 3-8
Sun RequirementsFull Sun, Morning Sun & Afternoon Shade
Water RequirementsDrought Resistant / Waterwise
Soil RequirementsAverage Soil
Other InfoNative to Western Asia and Europe.
Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant.
Long Blooming.
Easy to grow, provides ample nectar for butterflies.
Excellent cut flowers.
Additional PhotosPaprika Yarrow