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Can I ask you to have a look at Water Avens (Geum rivale) | Observation | UK and Ireland | iSpot Nature? It’s been suggested elsewhere that this is a common aberration but no-one has been able to give it a name or help me to find anything else about it.
Help, please.

In Primula vulgaris this is known as a hose-in-hose form.

An example in Geum is reported from Skye - Plant News | Plants of Skye, Raasay & The Small Isles.

Other examples, courtesy of Google, are Iris pseudacorus ‘Flore Pleno’ and Iris sibirica ‘Having Fun’.

Many thanks. If you have no objection, I’ll copy that to a comment on the original observation (with, of course, proper acknowledgement.)