Geum 'Bell Bank'
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There are about 50 species of Geum, often known as avens, that occur in every continent (except Antarctica, of course). And there are lots of cultivated varieties. They are perennials, growing from rhizomes, so making good clumps reasonably quickly. They have rosettes of lobed leaves and loose clusters of saucer-shaped flowers in a range of colours in the red to yellow range, followed by decorative feathery seed heads.
Geum 'Bell Bank' has gorgeous semi-double pinkish-red flowers, on red stems produced throughout the summer. Originally raised by Geoffery Smith in Yorkshire.+
2 litre pot|
||Late spring to early summer|
||open, sunny position|
||fertile, moist soil|