Saucy Seduction Yarrow Plants

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Misc Wildlife Value
Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Coastal Areas, Exposed Windy Areas, Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained, Alkaline/Chalky, Poor/Dry
Colour Pink (Dark)
Type Pot Grown
Also Good Repeat Flowering
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Achillea millefolium Saucy Seduction

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Achillea Saucy Seduction

From the popular Seduction Series, Achillea millefolium Saucy Seduction will certainly sweep you off your feet! It has intensely coloured fuchsia pink flattened flower heads held in clusters with tiny white centres. As the heads age, they lighten to medium pink, giving a two-tone effect. As long as you keep deadheading plants, new flowers will be produced until early autumn.

As well as the stunning lipstick-coloured flowers, this variety of yarrow has pretty, fern-like aromatic foliage, which has a long history of use as a medicinal herb. It's a popular plant with florists, used both dried and fresh in arrangements. Dried flowers can also be added to potpourri.

It's an ideal plant for beginners to grow and as it is drought-tolerant, disease-resistant and suitable for pots, too. All of our herbaceous perennials (plants which die down during winter and regrow the next year) have a year-long guarantee.

Achillea millefolium Saucy Seduction looks great with lavender and they have similar growing needs - but you can also look at the rest of our range of achillea for sale.

Looks great with...

With its stunning flower heads and attractive foliage, this compact Achillea is perfect for gravel or coastal gardens in dry areas of the country. Unlike taller varieties with an open habit and weak stems that are often snapped in windy conditions, Saucy Seduction has strong, branched stems and a compact growth habit, reaching only 60cm. It is also relatively salt-tolerant.

It has such a long flowering period that it fits in well with cottage gardens and with prairie planting schemes, grown alongside grasses such as Carex buchananii and late-flowering members of the daisy family, such as Echinacea and Rudbeckia.


  • Colour: Deep fuchsia pink changing to medium pink
  • Flowering: June to September
  • Foliage: Green, fern-like and aromatic, like a blend of cooking herbs
  • Wildlife friendly: Attracts bees and butterflies
  • Height: 60cm
  • Spread: 60cm
  • Spacing: 45cm
  • Position: Full sun for the best flower colour but tolerates partial shade
  • Soil type: Chalk, loam, sand, well drained, poor

Did you know...

Yarrow (Achillea) has many common names, including devil's nettle, hundred-leaved grass, lace plant, milfoil, nosebleed, nose pepper, old man's pepper, sanguinary, savory tea, soldier's woundwort, thousand-leaf, thousand-seal and thousand weed. They usually refer to the species' uses as a medicinal herb, its very divided leaf shape or ability to self-seed!

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