This species of potentilla is a low, almost mat-forming perennial that blooms freely in mid- to late summer with cupped, five-petalled yellow flowers.. It has palm-like toothy leaves that are mid-green and fuzzy. Short upright stems hold the flowers facing upward.
Strawberry cinquefoil is so named for the resemblance of its leaves to those of the strawberry plant. Grow it in full to partial sun and moist, but well-drained soil for finest performance. Native to East Asia and Japan, it tolerates...
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(Miss Willmott Cinquefoil, Nepalese Cinquefoil)
The cinquefoil cultivar 'Miss Willmott' is a semi-evergreen perennial grown for its numerous, five-petaled salmon pink flowers with darker centers. It is clump-forming and has coarse, medium green, palm-shaped leaves with five leaflets. Flowers appear from late spring to early fall and are attractive to bees.
This cinquefoil originates from Nepal where it thrives in full sun and poor to moderately fertile well-drained soil. It thrives in full to partial sun, though its leaves can scorch in excessively...
Quaint and handsome, the alpine cinquefoil's combines pretty leaves and buttery-yellow flowers that bloom in spring and summer. A mat-forming herbaceous perennial that spreads via creeping stems that root into the soil, it is native to the mountains of Europe. In milder areas the stems can become somewhat woody.
The toothed leaves of this cinquefoil are medium green. Made up of five or seven leaflets that are oval with slightly inward-curled edges, each leaf resembles that of a miniature buckeye...
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Quaint and handsome, ‘Pygmaea’ is a dwarf selection of alpine cinquefoil with pretty leaves and buttery-yellow flowers that bloom in spring and summer. Also known as 'Nana', it's a tidy, mat-like, prostrate, herbaceous perennial descended from a native of the mountains of Europe.
The toothed leaves of this cinquefoil are medium green. Made up of five or seven leaflets that are oval with slightly inward-curled edges, each leaf resembles that of a miniature buckeye (Aesculus). From spring...