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Geum 'Koi'

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Geum coccineum 'Koi'

  • Compact perennial.
  • Happy in full sun or partial shade.
  • Happy in any soil.
  • Forms low mounds of leaves.
  • Produces masses of dainty orange flowers.
  • Free-flowering.
  • Great for borders or rock gardens.

Supplied as compost block grown plants.

Available from late April NEXT YEAR

5 or more £1.30GBP each. Group & quantity discounts
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There's nothing fishy about Geum 'Koi', except perhaps its name. The flowers are a vivid orange, the same colour as the koi carp for which it's named. This is a compact member of the geum family, its low mounds of leaves topped off with masses of dainty flowers. These are carried on short stems, reaching no more than 10 inches (25 cm) in height.

Ideal for rock gardens or containers, or as ground cover, Geum 'Koi' flowers freely from May to September, and often blooms again in October. It is happy in full sun or partial shade, and isn't fussy about the soil it is planted in (although it doesn't like to be waterlogged).

  • Perennial.
  • Happy in full sun or partial shade.
  • Happy in any soil.
  • Forms low mounds of leaves.
  • Produces masses of dainty orange flowers.
  • Reaches no more than 10" (25 cm) in height.
  • Free-flowering, from May to September, sometimes with a second flush in October.
  • Ideal for rock gardens or as ground cover.
  • Suitable for containers.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265