<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'
<i>Achillea</i> 'Moonshine'

Achillea 'Moonshine'

This stunning yarrow will help liven up a sunny border or gravel garden with its large, flattened clusters of canary-yellow flowers. More...

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The lemon-sharp flowers and filigree foliage on the long-flowering ‘Moonshine’ are unique. Run it through silvery borders with the deep-blue geranium ‘Orion’ for a ‘clarion’ mix Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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