Prairie Smoke (7 cubic inch)
Also referred to as Old Man’s Whiskers, Prairie Smoke (Geum triflorum), is a beautiful native prairie wildflower that forms clumps of fern-like leaves nodding pink flowers that bloom in the spring. As the flowers fade, they turn upright. The styles elongate (to 2 inches long) to form feathery gray tails that collectively resemble miniature feather dusters. The plants attract the most attention when these plumes cover the landscape, giving rise to the common name “Prairie Smoke.”
Please note: all plants are available for pick-up only.
Spring – early summer
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Low water once established