Geum Canadense, A Study of Its Seasonal Periodicity in New Jersey


George H. Schneider, Jr.

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September – 1952


Geum, canadense, New Jersey

Geurn carnadense is an herbaceous perennial which occurs throughout a large part of the eastern deciduous forest. According to Fernald (’50) it grows in thickets and borders of woods from Nova Scotia to Minnesota and south to South Carolina and Kansas. On the piedmont of New Jersey it is found commonly in oak woodlands.