The Geum is a bright and fully growing bulb of perennials that are available in scarlet to bright orange and yellow tones. These instantly draw immediate attraction towards them.
Geum Mrs Bradshaw: Geum Mrs Bradshaw is herbaceous perennial associated with the Rosaceae family. It grows perfectly in well-drained soils and medium moisture in full sun to part shade. This commonly known Avens plant features orange-scarlet, semi-double flowers along with heart-shaped, large, terminal leaves. It usually blooms in early summer, mid-summer, late summer, and late spring.
Geum flora plena Blazing Sunset Perennials: The Geum Flora Plena Blazing Sunset Perennials are scarlet colored flowers that grow up to 50% larger than other varieties of Geum. They look exceptionally beautiful on the borders and when decorated in cottage gardens. It flowers from June to September. It blossoms beautifully in clusters and adds a radiant charm to the planted space.
Geum rivale Perennials: The Geum Rivale Perennials are flowering plants that blossom from the months of May to September. The seeds of this plant ripen from June to October. The plants are self-pollinated and can be insect-pollinated as well. It is suitable for light and sandy, medium and loamy or heavy and clayey soils. They however grow at their best rate in moist or wet soil.
Geum Borissii: is a fast-growing clump-forming perennial plant that grows in medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. It features cup-shaped, bright orange, single flowers with yellow anthers from late spring through early summer. The foliage mounds up to 6" high with irregularly lobed, medium green leaves. The small stature of this perennial makes a great choice for edging, containers, or rock gardens.