Geum rivale


Water Avens

Tall, delicate flower stems support delightful bell-shaped, deep pink flowers held high above soft green foliage. Flowers all through the season.


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Geum rivale is a a wetland plant that can be grown as a marginal in the pond provided the soil surface is not underwater

Top tip: The plant produces multiple of bunches of thin roots that grow from a woody stem.  Side shoots readily root where they touch the soil and can be broken off for re-planting.

Flowers: May/September

Height: 10-25cm

Propagation: Division.

Depth of water over the soil: 0cm

Planting: Plant into 5lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland Aquatic Soil.