Prairie smoke (Geum triflorum)
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Prairie smoke (Geum triflorum)

Prairie smoke (Geum triflorum)

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The beautiful head of wind-dispersed fruits with very long plumose styles reminds one of Dryas, an arctic-alpine genus of which two species are known from islands along the north shore of Lake Superior but not from Michigan.

Shade Tolerance: Full Sun to partial sun

Moisture: Dry to Moist

Soils: Sandy loam

Height: 8"

Bloom Time: April-June

Color: Red

Deer Resistant: Yes

Uses: Butterflies, Pollinators

MichiganFlora Plant Profile


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