If you had to design the ideal flower to attract bees and butterflies, you would probably come up with Achillea. Its large flat flower heads covered in tiny blooms make the perfect landing pad for friendly pollinators. Achillea’s tall stems rise from delicately scented, feathery leaves to bring colour and structure to borders and flower beds - they also make a striking feature in pots. Super hardy and easy to grow, Achillea flower right from June to October. It’s no wonder they’re the star of every flower show this summer!
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