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Achillea aegyptiaca taygetea (Egyptian Yarrow)

Achillea aegyptiaca taygetea - A clump-forming yarrow that is noted for its deeply-dissected, fern-like, gray-green leaves and its tiny, long-lasting, bright yellow flowers. Flowers gradually fade to primrose yellow as they age. Flowers appear in dense, flattened, compound corymbs from early to late summer on stems typically rising to 16-24” tall. Family: Asteraceae  

Achillea aegyptiaca taygetea (Egyptian Yarrow) 1

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