Double, semidouble, or single roselike flowers in bright orange, yellow, or red over a long season (spring to late summer) if dead blooms are removed. Handsome foliage, with leaves divided into many leaflets; evergreen except in the coldest winters. Good in borders and for cut flowers. Ordinary garden soil; need good drainage. Grow from seed sown in early spring, or divide plants in autumn or early spring.Geum chiloense
Native to Chile. Foliage mounds to 15 in. high and 2 ft. wide. Leafy flowering stems to 2 ft. high carry flowers about 1 1/2 in. across. Single and double varieties include flowers in shades of yellow through orange and red.
From the Balkans and Asia Minor. Grows to 12–20 in. tall and wide, with coarsely divided foliage...
Bears salmon-pink single blooms on 3-ft. stems from late summer to early fall.
Grows in Zones 8, 9, 14–31 as a perennial, and in Zones 2–7, 10–13, and 32–43 ...