In fact, it is Achillea filipendulina or Parker’s variety, and it is a garden ornamental plant that occurs naturally in the Caucasus, the Iranian Upland and Central Asia. It's extremely easy to grow and resistant to low temperatures. It blooms all summer, it feels good in the company of overgrowth and ornamental grasses.
Blosmi dried Achillea
The dried Achillea parker has almost ‘flat’, spread out inflorescences full of small, densely arranged flowers. If the flowers are picked before the pollen ripens, Achillea retains its natural yellow colour.