Prairie Smoke

plant profile: Geum triflorum

Prairie Smoke is a very unusual flower. It grows low to the ground and is a member of the Geum genus. It thrives in partial shade, but can be quickly overrun by more vigorous plants.

Prairie smoke has dainty pink buds and delicately cut leaves.
The name “Prairie Smoke” refers to the halo of fine filaments that surrounds each bloom.

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Prairie smoke – Geum triflorum

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