Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
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.
The foliage on this plant is much more divided than on other Alchemilla forms, with deep serrations, whilst the flowers are more yellow than green, contrasting well with the mid-green leaves.
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,..
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
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