Wild Flowers Of Strathclyde Park


Water Avens
Geum Rivale
of the Rose family
a perennial

30-50 cm high
blooms April-September
likes shaded and damp woodlands, ditches meadows
can be seen in the wooded area beyond the Roman Bathhouse

These flowers are pollinated by bumble bees. They are related to, and often form hybrids with Wood Avens (Geum Urbanum)