alchemilla mollis

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lady's mantle

lady's mantle

Ground cover plant, growing no more than 18 inches high(45cm), leaves have serrated edges, yellow-green clustered flowers. Used for gynecological issues, menstrual bleeding, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, improves blood clotting, cramps, spasms, gastrointestinal problems, rheumatism, can be used as vaginal douche for irritations.
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Alchemilla mollis is adaptable to a variety of growing conditions.
Lady's mantle (Alchemilla mollis) gives great ground cover
Plant them with companions with heavy foliage such as Alchemilla mollis and heuchera.
Lady's mantle (Alchemilla mollis) is displaying its yellow to chartreuse flowers held above the foliage now.
Under taller shrubs and roses plant good ground cover perennials such as wild geranium (cranesbill) or Alchemilla mollis, and take note of the atmosphere you want to create through colour.
I believe this same phenomenon occurs on the leaves of the common perennial lady's mantle (Alchemilla mollis), to a very pleasing visual effect.
Many make excellent permanent edging, such as Alchemilla mollis, Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' and Saxifraga x urbium.
Achillea filipendulina alchemilla mollis anemone sylvestria aruncus diocius.
Alchemilla mollis, commonly called lady's mantle, has sprays of small, chartreuse flowers in early to midsummer.
Daryl, via email LIKE alchemilla mollis and euphorbia cyparissas.