- Herbaceous Perennial
- Culinary Uses?
- Naturally occurring on site?
- Propagated Here?
Part of the Rose family, Rosaceae. Grows up to 60cm in height and very common across our site, flowering in early summer / late spring. Flowers have up to five yellow petals and five sepals, becoming a globular seed head at the end of a long leafy stem.
Often mistaken in infancy for some of the more desirable geums we have, it consequently survives much hand weeding.
Seeds about invasively, so best dead-headed when possible.