Geum triflorum - Prairie Smoke.jpg

GEUM PAIRS

Geum triflorum 

Common name: Prairie Smoke

One of the more unique native perennials, Geum triflorum, has nodding pink flowers in spring. But what really gets noticed is the post-bloom 'smoke' - wispy seed heads that earned it the nick name of Prairie Smoke. (Unable to ship to AK, HI) Photo: USFWS Mountain-Prairie  License

Zones:       3 - 8

Height:      20"

Light:         Full Sun 

Blooms:    Mid-Spring

Color:        Pink

Features & Care

- Attracts Pollinators: Bees, Butterflies

- Resists: Deer

- Native species

- Prefers well-drained soil

- Give it light afternoon shade in hot summers

Grown 100% neonic free
Compostable Cow Pots

FREE METAL
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