Libby's yard, Kalispell, MT
Old Man's Whiskers
These pink plants are Geum triflorum v. campanulatum (Prairie Smoke aka Old Man’s Whiskers), with thanks to our local Native Plant Society for maintenance and signage at Kah Tai Prairie.
Cannon River Wilderness Area (east unit)
Newaygo Prairie Nature Preserve.
Deadman Pass Rest Area, eastbound, Umatilla County.
Geum triflorum. Please acknowledge any use of this photo: Andy Jones, Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Geum triflorum, (three-flowered avens, old man's whiskers, or prairie smoke) is a spring perennial herbaceous plant of North America from northern Canada to California and east to New York.