GEUM Borisii Perennial Plant

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Commonly called 'Avons', the Geum is a genus of around 50 perennial herbaceous plants that are common wildflowers in Europe, Asia and New Zealand. They produce a basal rosette of leaves that produce coral flowers on wiry stalks in shades of white, red, yellow, and orange Evergreen, except in the coldest climates. These plants are a great way to add height and shape to the garden.

How to grow Geum
Plant these easy-to-look-after flowers in moist but well-drained soil in the sun to partial shade. Avoid south-facing beds as these plants don't like too much heat and water when the soil begins to dry and lessen frequency in the winter Deadhead after flowering and divide every three years.

Should I fertilize Geum?
Avoid fertilizing during the first growing season to make your plant's establishment easier. After this, fertilize lightly once in early spring with a concentrated, water-soluble fertilizer.

Can you grow Geums in pots?
Yes, you can quickly grow Geums in pots, just keep an eye on the soil moisture and ensure it is a pot with good drainage.

This GEUM Borisii comes in a 9cm Pot

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  • Our perennial plants are grown in the UK by a family business.

  • Perennials are supplied in eco friendly packaging.

  • Plants are not for consumption unless stated as edible.

  • Depending on the stage of the growing season, plants can range from young growth at the start of the season through to more advanced growth and flowering later into the season. We cannot guarantee flowering plants upon arrival due to this.
Perennial Growth Stage

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