HYBRID GEUM

Hybrid Avens

Geum × intermedium

Rose Family [Rosaceae]  

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morph
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8th June 2007, Greenside Valley, Glenridding, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD
Has drooping flowers.


26th May 2015, Chee Dale, Derbyshire. Photo: © RWD
The flowers are yellow.


8th May 2009, Near Coniston, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD
With 5 sepals and with a shorter, much narrower bract between each sepal.



8th June 2007, Greenside Valley, Glenridding, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD
A ring of stamens with yellow anthers surrounds a bunch of green stigmas.


8th May 2009, Near Coniston, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD


26th May 2015, Chee Dale, Derbyshire. Photo: © RWD
The fruit hairs are red, hairy, and with a peculiar double-hook near the end. But your Author daren't say too much, as the characteristics varies across the whole spectrum of possibile shapes and characteristics between the two parents, Wood Avens and Water Avens.


8th June 2007, Greenside Valley, Glenridding, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD


8th June 2007, Greenside Valley, Glenridding, Cumbria. Photo: © RWD


Easily confused with : Water Avens

Is a hybrid of: Wood Avens (Geum urbanum) with Water Avens (Geum rivale) being (Geum × intermedium). This fully fertile hybrid swarms proliferate where the parents meet, with the hybrids exhibiting a full spectrum of intermediate forms between the two parents covering every aspect.

Distinguishing Feature :


  Geum × intermedium  ⇐ Global Aspect ⇒ Rosaceae  

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 BSBI maps
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Geum
(Avens)

HYBRID GEUM

Hybrid Avens

Geum × intermedium

Rose Family [Rosaceae]  

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