How to Sow Achillea White Yarrow Seeds
Achillea is edible, goes great in butters, oil and it even makes a great cup of tea. Also achillea is a famous herb and a great wildflower in a nice meadow or border. The foliage and the flowers are beautiful and long lasting. Achillea was used in the medieval times and was used for medicine and magic for a very long time. Achillea is also great as a dried flower in an arrangement.
Achillea Seed Germination Advice
- Achillea seeds can be sown indoors at any time, make sure there is sufficient light and warmth to encourage growth.
- Do achillea prefer sun or shade? For maximum germination, ensure achillea seeds receive full sun.
- From mid-march, you can sow achillea, scattered sparingly. If you have fresh soil this will help with growth.
- Placing in a warm greenhouse or behind glass will help germination.
- Achillea seeds need a lot of light during the germination period, so take care not to cover.
- Achillea may need to be thinned and divided every couple of years.
- Achillea flowers love lots of light and well drained soil for the best results.
- Does achillea spread? Plants will, over time begin to spread at a fairly slow rate. If left in open soil, you can expect achillea flowers to start spreading.