Description: Gently ruffled, semi-double flowers of creamy coloured petals with blushes of apricot and pink held delicately above arching shoots from May to July. Mound forming with semi-evergreen foliage and maroon stems.
Uses: A good cottage garden plant mixed with summer flowers but useful at the front of any mixed or herbaceous border. Low maintenance.
Climate/Position: Full sun or partial shade.
Height/Spread: 60cm x 45cm
Soil Requirements: Fertile, moist but well-drained soil.
Pruning: Cut back flower heads after flowering to encourage further flushes.
Special Requirements: The spreading clumps are best lifted and divided every few years to keep them looking fresh.
Additional Interest: Plant Breeders Rights apply (PBR). One of the geum varieties from the Cocktails Series. This hardy perennial is loved by pollinators and makes delightful cut flowers too.