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Totally Tangerine Geum (Totally Tangerine Avens Plants)Totally Tangerine Geum (Totally Tangerine Avens Plants)

Totally Tangerine Avens Plants

Geum Totally Tangerine

The details

Avens

  • Bright orange flowers
  • Herbaceous
  • Sterile cultivar, does not set seed
  • Thick stalks are great for cutting
  • Blooms May/June - early Autumn
  • Suitable for pots & rockeries
  • Max. Height: 30cm
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • Pot Grown: Year Round Delivery
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Description

Geum Totally Tangerine: Avens Plants. 2 Litre Pots

Mound-forming, it produces lovely long flower stems for months starting in late May or early June continuing until October. They are perfect for cut flowers. The flowers are especially vivid at dusk. The plants are sterile (won't self seed) but they will expand into large clumps which can be divided.

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Features:

  • Bright orange flowers
  • Herbaceous
  • Sterile cultivar, does not set seed
  • Thick stalks are great for cutting
  • Blooms May/June - early Autumn
  • Suitable for pots & rockeries
  • Max. Height: 30cm
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • Pot Grown: Year Round Delivery

Growing Totally Tangerine Geums

Geums are easy to grow in rich moist soil and plenty of sun though they don't mind part-shade. They are hardy and cope with all soil as long as a touch of compost or manure is added. Avoid planting in potentially waterlogged areas. Remove all of the old flowering stems in the autumn.

In Your Garden Design

With its long flowering season, this makes for a good choice for a herbaceous border that enjoys full sun. Why not use it in a blue/orange scheme alongside Geranium Pratenense Mrs. Kendall Clark or Geranium pratenese ‘Azure Skies’, combining with our popular Moody Blue collection and Alliums. Would also look fabulous with Penstemon 'Garnet' (Beardtongue), Lupins and New Zealand Wind Grass.

Did You Know?

Introduced at Chelsea Flower Show in 2010, it was originally called Tim's Tangerine after its West Sussex based breeder, nurseryman Timothy Crowther who created it 1999. It is still sold as that by some nurseries.

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