Alchemilla molis

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Basic information

Flower Name
Alchemilla molis
Formal Name
Alchemilla molis
Alias
レディース・マントル, Lady's mantle, Alchemilla molis
Habitat
Eastern Europe from Asia minor
Morph
Evergreen perennial

Comment

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

Detailed information

Order
Rosales
Family
Rosaceae
Genus
Alchemilla
Species
A. molis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Cyme
Petal shape
5petals
Leaf type
Palmate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Garden
Color
Green, Yellow
Season
MayJunJul
Height
30 ~ 50 [cm]
Diameter
0.2 ~ 0.3
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