Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
This little plant is grown for both its foliage and flowers. The dark green leaves have a silver edge, which makes them stand out in a most attractive and unusual way. The soft lime-coloured flowers
Alchemilla epipsila is a more compact and dare we say it, slightly better behaved form of A. mollis as it does not self-seed so freely.
Charming sprays of bright, lime green flowers adorn this little clump-forming plant in summer. Overall very tidy in appearance, it is as much valued for its light green divided leaves that capture ...
A haze of vivid, yellow-green flowers appears over a long time in summer. These bob just above the large mid-green leaves, which look wonderful with rain or dew drops on them.
An unusual alpine form of 'Lady's Mantle' prized for its combination of glossy finger-like foliage, each dark green leaf finely edged in silver, and contrasting lime-green flowers
Alchemilla venosa is essentially a smaller version of Alchemilla mollis, it produces clusters of tiny yellow to lime-green flowers during summer. It has suppressed hairs on thinly textured, pleated,..