Produces more consistently fully double flowers than older strains. Nice cut flower. Plants are spreading by way of under ground stems (rhizomes) and can take up a good sized area in a few years. The foliage is different from other Achillea commonly grown because it is linear shaped, instead of being dissected like most others and the margins are toothed. Plants grow 24-30 inches tall and form nice thick clumps with many bright white flowers. Full sun to light shade, and does very well in sandy soils.
face sow, light needed for best germination, takes 10-14 days at F 70.