Geum

Several of these pretty flowers are found naturally in Canada and the U.S., but those especially valued in gardens are natives of South America and the Near East. Geums (Avens) grow from 1 to 2 feet high; some are great for the herbaceous border and some are suitable for the rock garden. G. 'Lady Strathenden' forms clumps of large, lobed, medium gr...
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Geum

[n] - avens
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Geum

Geum is a genus of hardy herbaceous perennials, belonging to the family Rosaceae, chiefly natives of the northern hemisphere. Two of them are common British plants - Geum urbanum, wood-avens or herb-bennet, and Geums rivale, water-avens (also found Asia and North America). Geum canadense, chocolate-root, or blood-root, a North American species, has...
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Geum

Geum m, commonly called avens, is a genus of about 50 species of rhizomatous perennial herbaceous plants in the rose family Rosaceae, native to Europe, Asia, North and South America, Africa, and New Zealand. They are closely related to Potentilla and Fragaria. From a basal rosette of leaves they produce flowers on wiry stalks, in shades of red, ye...
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