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By Bernard

Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom Gb

This pink-flowered feathery-leaved plant is causing me some head scratching. I wondered if it is a wild flower, but nothing found in my fairly comprehensive wildflower book.
I hope I'm not being a pest, but there are several more in the pipeline.




Whatever it is ..keep it as its so pretty.

29 Aug, 2008


The leaves look like Yarrow (Achillea) could be some variety of that.

29 Aug, 2008


Yes, it's an Achillea. They come in red, shades of pink, yellow and terra-cotta shades.

29 Aug, 2008


Yes. Achillea.
Why do you think you are being a pest?
This is just what GOY loves/does best!
Keep em coming...

29 Aug, 2008


The wild version is Achillea millefolium or yarrow and its a nondescript pinky white colour. The coloured ones are cultivated varieties which are much nicer. Yours looks very pretty.

29 Aug, 2008

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