Alchemilla mollis ‘Auslese’
Ground covers, Perennials
Rounded, pale green, lobed leaves have a silvery look; after rain or overhead watering, they hold beads of water on their surfaces. Summer flowers are yellowish green, in large branched clusters, individually inconspicuous but attractive as a mass; good cut flowers.
Useful for edgings in shady places, as ground cover, and as soothing contrast to brightly colored flowers. Can take full sun in cool-summer climates.
Native to Asia Minor, this is the most commonly planted lady’s-mantle, forming clumps mostly 1 to 2 ft. tall and 2 1/2 ft. wide. Yellow flowers rise above nearly circular, scallop-edged leaves. Self-sows. This wonderful woodland plant is especially pretty after a rain, when raindrops bead up on its leaves.‘Auslese’
Growing 2 ft. tall and 2 1/2 ft. wide, this variety carries bright lime green flowers over its medium green leaves.
From Russia. Loose, open form. Grows to 2–3 ft. high and 1 ft. wide. Leaves and stems are hairy;...
Spikes to 2–3 ft. high, bearing attractive coppery rose blooms above a foot-wide clump of furry ...
Native from western Europe to the Caucasus and Turkey. Forms a dense clump 8–18 in. high, spread...