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August 24, 2012

Achillea ‘Paprika’ (Yarrow)

This variety of Achillea features large clusters of ruby-red flowers with yellow eyes.

achillea paprika yarrow perennial

This variety of Achillea features large clusters of ruby-red flowers with yellow eyes.  A perfect addition for any garden, the Paprika will fade to pink as they age and will bloom throughout the summer into early fall with regular dead-heading.  They work great as a perennial border and go very nicely with Coreopsis ‘Sunray’ and blue Salvias.

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