|Flowering in a Pennsylvania garden|
Achillea sibirica is an herbaceous plant with alternate, pinnately compound leaves, on green stems. The flowers are white or pink, borne in summer. The plants are hardy in Zones 3-10 in full sun and are often about 2 feet tall.
Two varieties with attractive pink flowers that sometimes fade to white are A.s. 'Stephanie Cohen' (Z 5-8) and A.s. var. campschatica 'Love Parade'.
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