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Geum rivale ‘Flames of Passion’ PP13730   

Upward-facing, dark purplish red flowers bloom April-May on 16-18" stems. Reblooms again mid-summer. Medium green-chartreuse foliage grows 12" tall. Drought tolerant, once established. 

    Common Name:Avens
    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in moist but well drained soil.

About Geum: Geum is an old fashioned variety with vivid colored flowers that work nicely in the garden as long as cultural requirements are met. Shorter varieties can be used in the rock or alpine garden. The loose habit of the foliage works well in a naturalized garden.