Deeply dissected green foliage forms a tight mound of fine textured foliage in the spring. As the season warms and moves towards June, stems rise above topped with masses of small buds that expand to flattened heads 2-3″ in diameter as they open in early to mid-June. These numerous, soft, lilac-pink blossom heads will are an attractive early summer burst of color for your sunny garden. Like all Yarrow, ‘Pretty Belinda’, despite her delicate looking foliage and pretty bloom, is one tough customer as it will thrive in poor, sandy soils and drought conditions without blinking. After its bloom is finished in late July, cut back ‘Pretty Belinda’ because pruning will stimulate more butterfly attracting bloom as the summer wanes.