Peter Cottontail Yarrow – Achillea ptarmica – Sun Lover – 4″ Pot

(4 customer reviews)




If you’re not familiar with Achillea ptarmica, this species is unique from what you’d expect from the classic A. millefolium types. ‘Peter Cottontail’ has a look that’s reminiscent of Baby’s Breath, with large, ivory white flowers that are produced over a low, mounding habit of green foliage. Compared to A. millefolium types, the flower clusters on this perennial are more singular and well-spaced-great for adding texture to the garden! Compared to other A. ptarmica types on the market, this perennial has larger individual flowers and a more polished habit. Although this perennial is named after a fictional rabbit, ‘Peter Cottontail’, it is mostly unbothered by both deer and rabbits. Hardy Zones 3-8. Loves the sun Mature Height: 18-24″ Spread: 28-30″ Dormant shipping in winter.

4 reviews for Peter Cottontail Yarrow – Achillea ptarmica – Sun Lover – 4″ Pot


    This is the plant right out of the box. So green and gorgeous! I think I’ve found my new favorite seller. Every plant I’ve ordered from here has arrived looking fantastic. I’ve tried to order live plants from several other sellers on Etsy and none survived the trip. So happy I’ve finally found a place to purchase plants from online that I can rely on.

  2. Katie Theaux

    I have ordered from this seller before (I bought bareroot pineberries last year) and was so happy with my product I bought from them again. I ordered 8 cherry blossom strawberry plants. They arrived quickly and were packed fantastic! each plant had the soil taped inside the container and then carefully bubble wrapped and then more bubble wrap in the box. One plant already had strawberries started! I’m super excited to add these to my garden this year!

  3. josiepaige7

    They came beautiful with a bloom already on it!! Will 100% be buying again!

  4. Elew Mompittseh

    Very nice baby roses! They came packaged well, and arrived in great condition. I gave them a drink and put them under the lights for a couple days to let them get over the travel shock, and today put them in 6″ pots. They were just ready to move out of the 2″ they came in. It will be another month indoors here in Maine, then some hardening before they go into the beds…so for now they will live under the lights. They are very happy little roses 🙂

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