Geum

Very spring-like these mostly low growing plants can flower almost any time. Very collectable they seem to be gaining in popularity now but have a way to go to catch up to Snowdrops!

Well behaved clumps of fresh green foliage and jewel-like flowers in a range of bright colours make Geums a good way to introduce some colour to a spring border after the early coices like Hellebores and Primroses have finished.  Geum are easy to grow in an average soil in at least a little bit of shade, or in better soil in sun.

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Geum 'Bell Bank'

Geum 'Bell Bank'£4.50

Showy flowers of a soft pinkish red, large open bowl shaped with ruffled petals. Dense clumps to 30cm. Best in good soil in part shade.


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Geum 'Bremner's Nectarine'

Geum 'Bremner's Nectarine'£4.50

From Geranium breeder Alan Bremner, this large flowered soft orange variety has a long flowering season from spring well into late summer. 20cm. Decent soil in part shade.


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Geum 'Prinses Juliana'

Geum 'Prinses Juliana'£4.50

Clear orange flowers on this variety. Average to good soil in sun or light shade. 45cm.


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Geum 'Rusty Young'

Geum 'Rusty Young'£4.50

Pale yellow flowers from orangey buds on dark purple red stems and calyces. Low growing compact plants for a lightly shaded border with good soil. Flowers spring into early summer. 30cm.


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Geum 'Savanna Sunset'

Geum 'Savanna Sunset'£4.50

A new introduction with pale peachy flowers on reddish brown stems over a spreading clump of fresh green leaves. A good spring border plant that will continue into early summer. 40cm.


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Geum rivale 'Leonard's Variety'

Geum rivale 'Leonard's Variety'£4.50

Soft orangey pinkish red nodding flowers on this superior selection of the British native water avens. Best in a reasonable soil in part or light shade but does not need to be wet.  25cm.


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