Geum fragarioides - Appalachian barren strawberry
Appalachian barren strawberry
Geum fragaroides syn. Waldsteinia fragarioides
This small scale native will make a big impression on your landscape, thriving in some of your toughest spots while looking fresh and colorful throughout the year. Dense and low, it is an eye-catching groundcover featuring three-lobed foliage and waves of single yellow flowers from April to July.
- Dainty, single yellow flowers from April to July
- Easy to grow and pest free
- Forms a thick, weed choking groundcover
- Perfect for massing in sunny areas
- Tolerates full sun
along riverbanks and slopes from Maine to Georgia and west to Minnesota and Arkansas.
Map Credit: The Biota of North America
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Grows well in sunny to part sun locations in average to moist soils.