Geum triflorum Rose of the Rockery



Bring a touch of North America's prairies to your garden with Geum triflorum Rose of the Rockery.

This native perennial has a distinct appeal with purple to rose, nodding flowers in spring. After the blooms are finished, Geum triflorum unfurls its wispy, pink-gray seed heads which give it another common name, "Prairie Smoke".

For best performance, plant Geum triflorum Rose of the Rockery in full sun and dry to average soil. Good drainage is a must. It is drought-tolerant once established.


  • Common Names: Prairie Smoke, Rose of the Rockery
  • Zones: 3-7
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun to Light Shade
  • Soil Preference: Average to Dry once established
  • Height at Maturity: 18 inches"
  • Width at Maturity: 12 inches"
  • Bloom Color: Pink
  • Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Foliage Color: Green

Special Features

  • Attracts:
  • Tolerates: Drought.
  • Other Features: Native to North America.

Care and Growing Tips

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Shipping Info


All orders placed now will be held until late August/early September when our fall shipping season begins. We stop shipping plants every summer due to the high temperatures. We appreciate your patience!

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Please note: Depending on the time of year, the foliage of the plants may be trimmed to fit into our shipping boxes. This could delay the flowering of the plant, but many perennials actually benefit from being cut back.

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