Common names include Sneezewort or Achillea (Yarow) and Bride Flower. I do prefer the name Bride Flower so will stick with that as it is just perfect for the bride's bouquet. Sneezewort - really? Very curious as to how that name came about.
The Pearl has very elegant sprays of pretty pure white single and double, pom-pom flowers. She blooms over a long period above finely toothed, dark green leaves.
The Pearl spreads to form a natural mound of 60cm in height & width. A truly an adaptable and hardy plant for any situation. Very drought tolerant. Perfect for the middle of a sunny, well-drained border, especially when planted as a large drift, and looks great with a backdrop of evergreens.
The flowers are suitable for fresh cutting and also for drying.
Voted once NZ most popular perennial - and I couldn't keep up with sales!