About Blooms of Bressingham: “Blooms of Bressingham was founded by father and son Alan and Adrian Bloom, prolific English plantsmen who have been responsible for introducing over 200 perennial cultivars over the company’s 100 year history.”

For more information: Christine Kelleher; mailto:Christine.Kelleher@arishort.com


Achillea millefolium Little Moonshine(‘ACBZ0002’)

Common name: Yarrow

Trademark: Achillea millefolium Little Moonshine (‘ACBZ0002’) USPPAF

Introduced by: Blooms of Bressingham®

  • Zones 4 to 8; AHS heat zones 9 to 1
  • Same bright gold flowers and gray-green foliage as Achillea ‘Moonshine’, but with a more compact, mounding habit; flowers early; long blooming, May through September; ideal for containers and smaller gardens
  • Mounding habit; 9 to 12“ tall by 10 to 12“ wide
  • Full sun; porous soil with good drainage; plants should not remain wet; do not overwater, but do not allow to wilt hard
  • Typical for the genus; aphids, spider mites, Botrytis
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Lychnis flos-cuculi ‘Petite Jenny’

Common name: Catchfly, ragged robin

Trademark: Lychnis flos-cuculi ‘Petite Jenny’ USPPAF

Introduced by: Blooms of Bressingham®

  • Zones 5 to 7; AHS heat zones 7 to 1
  • Masses of fluffy, double pink blooms begin flowering in mid-May atop compact, bushy clumps; sterile blooms provide a longer flowering period; a dwarf form of Lychnis ‘Jenny’
  • Compact and bushy; 14“ tall by 18“ wide
  • Full sun; porous soil with good drainage; grow evenly moist
  • Typical for the genus; spider mites, thrips, aphids, crown rot
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