Geum coccineum 'Koi' has bright red-orange blooms with shiny petals that appear for several months on compact mounds of glossy green, hairy, crinkled and scalloped foliage. Geum 'Koi' is a dwarf variety that is suitable for container, and the rock garden. Deadhead to keep tidy and t prolong bloom. Also called Avens or Rose of the Rockery, Geum coccineum is native to eastern Europe.
Geum 'Koi' prefers sun to partial shade and appreciates fertile, well-drained, evenly moist soil. It is drought tolerant once established.