Common yarrow starter plant (Achillea millefolium) Common yarrow is a fairly easy plant for sunny locations. It has fern like foliage with clusters of flat white flowers in early to mid summer. Gets around 1-3 ft tall. It isn’t a plant that really pops out, but a number of pollinators really like it. At a wetland I like to visit, it regularly grows along the roadside and it is the go to plant when I am looking for Baltimore checkerspots. They really like yarrow flowers.
These have gone dormant for the year, but still have excellent root growth and can be planted anytime the ground isn’t frozen. Just treat as is though it were still growing and water through any prolonged dry spells. These are grown outside here in Michigan. They may still have some foliage or yellowing foliage if ordered in early fall but as fall progresses and through winter, will just be old stems. Planting dormant plants is a great way to get plants established for next season!
All of our plants are grown in biodegradable fabric pots. The containers are around 4″x4 1/2″ May be planted in the pot or removed . I tend to leave them on but rip the sides when planting.