Alchemilla Mollis 25/25 Bare Root #1
25 in stock
9″ Mum POT
An old-fashioned flower still popular today. Alchemilla Mollis has dainty chartreuse flowers in dense clusters on arching stems. Thriller blooms more prolifically, has larger leaves and is slightly more upright in habit. The leaves of Lady Mantle are fan shaped and will collect rain or dew as sparkling jewels. Flowers last in water and can also be dried. Handsome edger, even in poor soils, if moist.
Height: Medium 16-24″
Spacing: Plant 14″ apart
Bloom Time: Mid-Spring to Mid-Summer
Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Shady
Zones: 3-8 Find Your Zone
Soil Condition: Normal, Clay
Features to Note
Wet Site Tolerant
Alchemilla General Information
Alchemilla are unique with chartreuse flowers on arching stems. A wonderful leaf shape, color, and bloom for the front of the border or as a mass-planted groundcover. A long-lived perennial flower that is fairly low maintenance.
Alchemilla Plant Care
Usually best to do clean up in the spring. Do not shear too close to the crown. Divide in spring or fall after several years. Some self seeding can occur – not rampantly and usually quite welcome. Avoid a hot dry site.