Geum rivale “Mai Tai”


  • Frilly semi-double flowers open rich apricot and soften to pale Galia melon/peach with time. The flowers are carried on deep red-green  stems above a thick mound of mid green leaves. A nice, long flowering plant.


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Also known as Avens, Geum rivale Mai Tai offers a soft romantic look to the early summer border. Plants form a low clump of coarse green leaves, with branching red-green stems held above bearing medium-sized rounded flowers. This particular selection has ruffled, semi-double to single, apricot flowers blushed with rose that lighten to peach as they mature & make excellent cut flowers. Remove faded flowers regularly to encourage more buds. Plants may be pruned back hard after blooming, to rejuvenate the foliage. Clumps should be divided every 3 to 4 years in spring or fall. Semi-evergreen.

Position: Full sun, partial shade

Soil: Almost any soil

Flowers: May, June, July

Hardiness: Fully hardy

Pot size: 1L

Eventual Height & spread: 15 – 45 cm x 45-75cm

Rate of growth: Average