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