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Geum genus (Avens). This genus consists of about 50 herbaceous perennials. They will form basal rosettes of hairy lobed leaves, and they will bear masses of red, orange and yellow single or double flowers with prominent yellow stamens from late spring until early autumn.
Perennials, Shrubs or Herbaceous
Europe, Asia, New Zealand, Americas and Africa
Rock garden, ground cover.
They are fully hardy, and will grow well in full sun, with preferably moist but well-drained soil.
Propagate by division, by runners or offsets or by seed in autumn.
Saw-fly larvae may damage plants.
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