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Geum rivale 'Marmalade'
Common Names:  Water avens, chocolate root, Geum Oxford marmalade
Geum Marmalade is a bushy herbaceous perennial with bright green, lobed basal leaves. Charming nodding soft apricot orange flowers appear from late spring to midsummer
Grows well anywhere, loves moist soil. Will grow in sun or shade.
Foliage: deciduous
Height: 10- 50 cm in 2 to 5 years
Spread: 10- 50 cm
Planting Location: Flower borders and beds, Cottage and informal gardens, ground cover under shrubs and roses, wildlife gardens

The pictures in this listing are examples of the available plant at maturity and do not indicate anything in regards to size of plant at the point of sale

Geum rivale 'Marmalade' clumping, nodding apricot flower

SKU: BP202400417
  • Geum
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