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North American Chelsea 2010 Plant Introductions…

A couple North American introductions got a lot of attention at Chelsea.  Geum ‘Totally Tangerine’  ( which I can’t wait to plant in the new clay garden I created when I dug out my new front steps) is a beautifully airy plant that blooms over a long season, from mid-April to October.

guem totally tangerine

image from Bluestone Perrenials

And Eriophorum russeolum, commonly known as red cotton grass is a cold tolerant (even arctic tolerant), native grass for bogs and swamps.   I am trying to imagine a perfect site where I can pair these two for a totally wow combo.

Eriophorum russeolum native cotton grass

Photographed by R.Elven

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