Origin of geum
Examples from the Web for geum
Some specimens of Geum rivale (a plant very liable to become prolified) in my possession show this very clearly.
I know of nothing else like the Geum we are now considering.Seed Dispersal|William J. Beal
Bennet, ben′et, n. the herb Bennet or common avens (Geum urbanum), a yellow-flowered wayside plant throughout Europe.
Geum coccineum has been found by Wigand with its flowers in this condition.
Herbaceous vegetation consists largely of muhly grass, geum, and avens.