Geum coccineum 'Yellow'
30 - 40 cm
June - July
moist, well drained, humus rich
acid - neutral - alkaline
the species is native to the Balkan peninsula and Turkey
Geum is a genus in the rose family, Rosaceae, closely related to Potentilla, but unlike them the avens flower for a long time. They grow wild in Europe, Asia, America, Africa and New Zealand. Most prefer full sun, but don't have any special soil requirements.
Division in spring.
Yellow variety of unknown origin. Needs ample sun. Hardy.