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Yarrow questions

Posted by Shannon00 midwest (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 9, 04 at 19:40

I'm not sure which board to post this question on, but here goes:

Last spring I planted three Yarrow plants (Achillea Summer Wine). They've done well and I took care this spring to keep them from taking over. They have bloomed once, bright purple, but now the blooms are spent and have turned into a dirty sort of purple color. Am I supposed to cut them back? Also, the stems are long, about 14" or so, but they just fall over onto the ground. Is this right?

I appreciate any thoughts you might have (even if it includes posting this on a more appropriate board.)

Thanks!
Shannon


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RE: Yarrow questions

Cut those back if you don't want hundreds of seed going all over the place......

Vera


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RE: Yarrow questions

whoo hoo! I've counted 15 thus far and boy they really get growing once they start don't they?!

I love yellow flowering anything :)

Vera


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RE: Yarrow questions

WELL I'm not sure how my post above got posted under this thread? hmmmmm ...musta been my excitement LOL!

Vera


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