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New Geum from PlantHaven

Totally Tangerine can be used for perennial borders, landscapes, or as a cut flower

| May 14, 2012

PlantHaven introduces ‘Totally Tangerine,’ a Geum that is sterile and blooms from early summer into the fall.  With a flower production up to five times that of the normal genus, it produces hundreds of warm, tangerine-orange single flowers over the course of the growing season. The deep green, fuzzy foliage forms a compact mound which gets up to 30 inches in full bloom. ‘Totally Tangerine’ can be used for perennial borders, commercial landscape plantings, or as a cut flower and is attractive to butterflies and is resistant to deer and rabbit feeding.

To learn more, visit www.planthaven.com.

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