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    Botrytis, stem rot, powdery mildew and rust are occasional disease problems. Taller plants may need staking, particularly if grown in less than full sun. Strong summer rain storms with high winds can flatten exposed plantings. Does poorly in wet sites or in heavy, poorly drained soil.

    The Yarrows are among the best perennials for planting in hot, dry and sunny locations, providing good colour throughout the summer months. This classic selection features large clusters of bright canary-yellow flowers, appearing from early summer through the fall. Leaves form a non-spreading silvery-grey clump. A lovely addition to the sunny perennial border, also excellent in pots or tubs. Combines especially well with ornamental grasses. Outstanding and carefree. Remove faded flowers to encourage more buds. Easily divided in early spring or fall. Evergreen in mild winter regions.

    Achillea 'Moonshine', bred and launched by Alan Bloom in 1954, is one of my top 10 garden plants. Not only does it send up multi-branched heads of sulphur-yellow flowers from June until late autumn - adding a dazzling sparkle to my summer-dry border of silvery sages, phlomis and lavender - it also has the softest, grey-green, ferny foliage throughout the year.