Geum rivale "Leonard's Variety" (Water Avens)
Geum rivale "Leonard's Variety' is a hardy, moisture loving, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with pinnately lobed, mid-green leaves and reddish brown stems bearing nodding, bell-shaped, copper pink flowers (occasionally semi-double) from late spring into summer. It is a compact grower, growing from 6 to 12 inches, in full sun or part shade. Be sure to cut back old stems after flowering and divide every few years. (Illustration by Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thome from Wiki Commons and in the public domain).