Geum 'Prinses Juliana'

avens syn. Princess Juliana

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9cm pot £6.99
available to order from summer
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Buy Geum 'Prinses Juliana' avens syn. Princess Juliana: Fiery orange flowers

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, moist but well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A stunning variety of avens with fiery orange flowers from June to September, held on wiry stems above pretty hummocks of puckered, foliage. This easy-to-grow geum looks at its best among other 'hot' coloured flowers towards the front of well-drained border in sun or partial shade.

  • Garden care: Lift and divide large clumps every year in early spring or late autumn.

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Eventual height & spread

fabulous plant - keeps on flowering

5

anywhere you need a splash of orange - the flower heads pop up at all levels waving on long thin but strng stalks. The foliage is deep green and compact. It's spreading well in my garden but a very well behaved addition to the borders

CD

berkshire

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Colourful attractive plant

4

Colourful

NewGarden

Northumberland

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Great colour and plant

5

Really reliable plant

Florence

Leicestershire

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Great for a sunny border

5

Great show of flowers first year and lots of buds showing now

Getupngrow

Cotswolds

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Definitely would buy more

5

Flowered for months

Kath

North wales

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Good Buy

5

Looking for varieties of Geum not found in Garden Centres to create a border with a mixture of varieties and colour.

Stan

Edinburgh

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Fantastic performers

5

Still flowering in December! Excellent plants, will be buying more in spring.

Bod

Parkgate, Wirral

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4.9 7

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How tall do these grow?

HB

Hello, These have an eventual height of around 60cm.

Helen

Geum Juliana Hello, I planted 4 of these at the front of a sunny border 3 years ago. They bloomed at the start of their first season. I deadheaded them but there were no more blooms that season. They have not bloomed at all last summer or this. Can you advise what is going wrong? Regards, Louise

Loulouliz

Hello, The most likely problem is not enough sun, as while these will grow happily in partial shade, they flower best in a sunnier spot.

Helen

could you tell me what to do when the flowers have died? I dead head them but do I need to cut the stems back to get further growth and if so how much do I cut down? thanks

gooders

Hello, These have their main flush of flowers early in the season, but if they are dead-headed regularly (cutting back to a lateral flower spike), then they will often flower less profusely through the summer. Once all the flowers have faded on the stem, then this can be cut back to the foliage.

Helen

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