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Nodding peach flowers open from May to September on this lovely British native plant which is often found in slow-draining or wet soils and can tolerate mildly acidic to calcareous conditions, habitats including stream sides, pond edges, damp deciduous woodland and hay meadows.
Water avens, Indian chocolate, Chocolate root, Purple avens
Geum rivale (Water avens). This is a clump-forming perennial about 40cm high. It will form a basal rosette of hairy deeply divided dark green leaves. The flowers are nodding bell-shaped, pink and orange flowers they are carried on reddish stalks from late spring to mid-summer.
They are fully hardy, and will grow well in full sun, with preferably moist but well-drained soil.
Walls, rock garden, borders, lakes wildflowers.
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