Double, semidouble, or single roselike flowers in bright orange, yellow, or red over long season (spring to late summer) if dead blooms are removed. Handsome foliage, with leaves divided into many leaflets; evergreen except in 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 triflorum
Native to North America. Foot-wide leafy mound produces stems to 20 in. tall, each bearing clusters of nodding maroon flowers. Entire plant is often furry. Seeds have long, feathery gray tails.
Native to North America. Foot-wide leafy mound produces stems to 20 in. tall, each bearing clusters of...
Slow to moderate growth to 50–60 ft., rarely taller,with equal or greater spread. Bark of trunk ...
Botanists recently combined this genus with Cimicifuga, and in doing so, they lumped together plants o...