Alchemilla mollis (Lady’s Mantle)

Star-shaped chartreuse flowers in loose clusters on light green soft, velvety leaves that are partially folded. Toothed scalloped lobes are hairy and the leaves sparkle with the morning dew. Clumping.

Blooms in early spring-summer
6-12″ tall x 12-24″ spread
Attracts butterflies
Deer and rabbit resistant
Self-seeding; remove spent flowers to avoid spread

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Zone Zone 3
Exposure Full Sun to Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate Moisture

Gold, green margin, moderate growth rate, 2-3 ft tall x 2-3 ft wide, partial shade.

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Purple grape foliage with black veins, silver sheen on leaves when temperatures rise, forms a dense upright mound, blooms in mid-summer, 1 ft tall x 2 ft wide, full sun to full shade.

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Cascading green leaves with pale yellow/creamy-white margins, wavy edges and deeply impressed veins. Light lavender flowers bloom mid-summer on tall scapes. 26-28″ high x 48″ spread. Part/Full Shade. Variegated sport of ‘Niagara Falls’.

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Deep purple, yellow and white on falls, black veins, moderate growth rate, blooms early summer, 3-4 ft tall x 1-2 ft wide, full sun to partial shade.

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Violet purple, purple stems, gray green foliage, yellow fall colour, fragrant, fast growth rate, blooms early summer to mid fall, 1 ft tall x 2 ft wide, full sun.

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(DWARF GROUNDCOVER) Bluish-purple flowers rise slightly above the foliage to 3″ tall. A foliage mat of tiny, shiny, oval leaves which are chocolate with burgundy highlights.

Blooms from May to June
3″ tall x 2-3′ spread
Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Drought tolerant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Tolerant to juglone

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Upright lime-green flowers rise above light green soft velvety leaves. Partially folded toothed scalloped lobes are hairy, making the leaves sparkle with the morning dew.

Blooms from late spring to early summer
15-18″ tall x 18-24″ spread
Attracts butterflies
Deer and rabbit resistant
Self-seeding; remove spent flowers to avoid spread

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