Alchemilla molis ,commonly called Lady's mantle, is an evergreen perennial herb of the department Rosaceae Alchemilla genus native to Asia minor from Eastern Europe. Extended cymes from a long stalk in summer, yellow-a lot of small greenish-yellow flowers bloom. Thinning hair with bright green leaves are soft and textured felt. The leaf is rounded kidney-shaped 10 lobed with Palm type, and have a serrated margin. Flowering trees are ornamental cut flowers and garden ground cover, rock garden, dried flowers dried flowers, leaves and tea drinking and throat irritation effects.
Generic name: Lady's mantle,
scientific name:Alchemilla molis,
Origin: Eastern Europe-Asia minor, environment: mountain, height 30-50 cm, leaf color: green, leaf length: 15 cm, leaf shape: kidney-shaped with 10 soft hair to leaves: leaves, lobed, margin: serrated and radial symmetry flower inflorescence collectors flower sepals: 4 flowers valve protection (sepals) colors: yellow-yellow-green flowers (sepals) diameter:0.2~0.3cm Flowering time: from May to July, uses: cut flowers and garden ground cover, rock garden, dried flowers and herbs