|Achillea sibirica subsp. var.||Siberian yarrow|
Achillea sibirica (Sibirian yarrow) is a plant in the daisy family, Asteraceae.
Achillea sibirica is an herbaceous plant with alternate, pinnately compound leaves, on green stems. The flowers are white or pink, borne in summer. The plants are hardy in Zones 3-10 in full sun and are often about 2 feet tall. Two varieties with attractive pink flowers that sometimes fade to white are A.s. 'Stephanie Cohen' (Z 5-8) and A.s. var.campschatica 'Love Parade'.
|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Achillea sibirica, Ledeb. (A. mongolica, Fisch. A. Ptarmicoides, Maxim.). Denser than the last, more erect and rigid: height l 1/2-2 ft.: fls. larger and in more compact corymbs. July-Sept.
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