This repeat-blooming Geum (or Avens) is said to be an improvement on ‘Fireball’ with twice the flower power on half the size. It bears branching stems with rounded semi-double flowers of golden yellow, suffused with scarlet-orange towards the petal edges. The overall effect is a warm, glowing apricot orange. Great in the border or in containers, but most effective when planted in a grouping. Vigorous, compact and long blooming. Foliage is evergreen in mild winter regions. Regular deadheading may encourage repeat flowering. Divide every two years in spring. USPP#23179: unlicensed propagation prohibited. Registered with COPF.