Geum quellyon var. flora plena
UNBELIEVABLY LONG BLOOMING! This is not the well-known ‘Mrs. Bradshaw.’ Yes, I have left ‘Mrs. Bradshaw’ and taken up with a much more thrilling provider! This is a single plant pictured on the right and as you can tell, it blooms like crazy late Spring thru Fall, even Winter in temperate climates (with dead-heading). Brightest red, 2.5” blooms look like ruffly roses and dance in the breeze on well-branched 2-3’ tall stems, above sturdy, lush green, compact mounds. If you have never tried Geums before, they’re one of the toughest, heat tolerant and longest lived perennials you’ll ever grow! Compost yearly and cut back in Winter. Semi-deciduous to deciduous in colder climates. To 3' high and wide.