Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’ is an easy to grow, very hardy perennial, which can tolerate extremely low temperatures, down to as low as -20C (-4F) and possibly lower. If you garden in a particularly cold climate, or in a very exposed, cold area, ensure that you really can offer your plant well drained soil over wintertime, to provide your plant with its best chance of survival. If your soil tends to be very waterlogged during winter, either plant your Geum in a container or add grit around your plant’s roots at planting time.
Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’ flowers from April until July. Sometimes this Geum will then have another flush of flowers later in the year. This cheerfully coloured, semi double flowered Geum is very floriferous indeed, it produces a great many flowers over a long flowering period – this plant has much to recommend it.
Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’ is an easy to grow perennial. For best results plant in any well-drained soil, that’s moist, but well-drained in spring or summer, in full sun or partial shade. Height 60cm (23inches) spread 45cm (18inches).
Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’ is a clump forming plant with green leaves, which is best divided every few years. This Geum is sterile – it does not self seed, so you won’t need to weed it out from in between paving stones and other places that you don’t want it to grow!
Articles that mention Geum ‘Prinses Juliana’:
- Aug. 2015 – Chris Beardshaw and The Healthy Cities Garden
- Jun. 2015 – RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2015