from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of plants of the rose family comprising the avens.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of perennial herbs, of the natural order Rosaceæ, resembling Potentilla, but with erect seeds and long, persistent, geniculate or plumose styles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. avens
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I think the Geum will be a great complement to the Muhly Grass.
In contrast, herbs such as '' Geum ''  and some grasses  that are not sensitive to photoperiod could possibly benefit from climate warming.
For those wondering about the relevance of the opening photo to this rambling, or the point of this entire endeavor the picture is the only shot I could find of a Geum.
One hundred Crocus tommasinianus ‘Rosea’ were planted amongst the Geum triflorum at the path edge of the Fairelurie that holds the sweep of muhly grass by the driveway .
I back up my blog, but what if for some reason everything was lost to the land of your Geum images?
There had been a file of Geum shots for a winter plant portrait posting, but this was the only image found on the seven jump drives, ranging from 2 to 16 gigs, where the photos were stored when The Financier switched my computer from Windows Vista to Windows 7 and all photos, among other things, were erased.
Geum triflorum (Prairie Smoke), Pulsatilla, Prairie Dropseed (Sporabolus heterolepsis), or maybe the ubiquitous Hakonechloa.
Showing what happens when the liquid in the veins of flowers goes below freezing, this Geum borisii ‘Tango Boris’ still is holding good color.
I intend to get more salvas, Geum triflorum is a must have, I have wanted to try a Baptisia for years and since I have been reading blogs Amsonias have been admired.
The Geum triflorum has a similar look for all of us lusting after a pipedream.