Geum 'Totally Tangerine' (PBR)

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Buy Geum 'Totally Tangerine' (PBR) avens: Fiery colour for a sunny border

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

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: moist but freely drained
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This adaptable perennial is a sterile cultivar, so it will produce an abundance of apricot-orange flowers over a prolonged period throughout summer and into autumn. These are held on leafy stems that form an attractive clump of divided, toothed and scalloped foliage. It's perfect for adding bright splashes of colour towards the front of a sunny border.

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

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I love this plant!

5

I currently have 3 if these lovely plants in my garden and am planning to buy more. Their description says they start flowering in June but in my garden they start at the end of March and go right through to October. They are a gorgeous colour and give a real pop among the other plants. Highly recommend.

Jo Happy Place

Bucklebury

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Stunning

5

Great plant and very healthy. Like all Crocus purchases nicely packed

deb

somerset

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definitely buy this plant again….it has flowered for months.

5

Mixed border in 2year old garden. Flowered for months with deadheading. Cut down end of July. Flowering again! Lovely!

Frances

Somerset

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Beautiful hardy and bright

5

This is a great, low maintenance plant. A 9cm plant planted on spring was healthy bushy and blooming by midsummer. Three years later still going strong withinimal watering, pruning or work. The flowers are bright and long lasting. One of my all time favourite Crocus purchases!

Frances

London

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Impressive display

5

I planted out the little plants last year in NW & SE facing borders, they survived the winter in both locations and as they started to grow I couldn't believe how big they have grown in all directions. They look wonderful, with loads of flowers on the tall stems and very green foliage. They look lovely swaying in the breeze and the flowers are long lasting. I will have to move them further apart once they have died back as I underestimated the spread.

Mrs F

Aberdeenshire

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I would buy this product again.

5

It is used for planting in garden borders. Also very hardy and is now even flowering in February!

The Wren

Carshalton

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I would buy this product again

5

Healthy, colourful and cheerful as long as they at least partially in the sun.

Hoppalong

West Sussex

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Fantastic plants

5

These are fantastic. Beautiful colour and very prolific flowering. Look fantastic with the Salvias and Geranium Johnson Blue we also planted in the bed.

Humbert

Derbyshire

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Summer sunshine

5

In a flower bed

Sandy

London

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Great flowers and plant

5

Really reliable plant and flowers. Colour really "pops"!

Florence

Leicestershire

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All the flowers on my totally tangerine geum plant are dead.How do I dead head it to get mor flowers pop out?

Just learning

Hello there If you pinch out the spent flowerheads the plant might produce new buds on these stems. Hope this helps.

Are they attractive to slugs and snails

maneek

Hello, Generally slugs and snails are not particularly tempted by these, but that is not to say they wont have the occasional nibble.

WHAT DOES PBR MEAN IN THE TITLE OF AVENS TOTALLY TANGERINE? ALSO WHAT DOES AVENS MEAN-IS THIS GEUM?

newcastle

Hello, the (PBR) indicates that this plant is protected by plant breeders rights, so it is illegal to propagate them. As for avens, this is its common name.

helen

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