Geum triflorum (Prairie smoke)

Botanical Name: Geum triflorum
Common Name: Prairie smoke
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Part to Full
Water Requirement(s): Moderate

Habitat(s): Mixed conifer forests, Ponderosa forests
Elevation: From 6000 to 9500 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): N/A

Blooms from May to Aug

Height: 20 Inches

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

Native Americans boiled the roots to produce a tea that was used medicinally for wound applications and sore throat treatments. Deer and drought tolerant.