Alchemilla mollis 'Ladies Mantle'
Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle
Alchemilla mollis also known as Lady's Mantle is a low care, non-demanding old-fashioned clump forming perennial. In summer they produce clouds of...
Alchemilla mollis also known as Lady's Mantle is a low care, non-demanding old-fashioned clump forming perennial. In summer they produce clouds of tiny golden flowers on top of lovely silver green-coated foliage, the long lasting flowers and leaves are widely used in fresh and dried flower arrangements. A useful ground cover in light shade and a perfect perennial for planting under your roses and shrubs.
|Botanical name||Alchemilla mollis 'Ladies Mantle'|
|Delivered as||Bare roots|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Plant spacing||30 cm|
|Plant Depth||10 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
|Fully grown in||1 year|
|Full grown height||20 cm - 30 cm|
|Mature width||10 cm - 20 cm|
How to take care of Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle
Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle grows in almost any kind of soil as long as it's well-drained. Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle thrives in sun or light shade position. Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle is prone to self-seeding and is easily raised from seed in spring. Once the flowers have faded and foliage becomes untidy from late summer onwards, trim back to just above ground level and new foliage will appear the following spring. In October cover the crowns with a layer of peat or bracken. If Alchemilla mollis Ladys Mantle becomes over crowded divide the clumps up in spring or autumn.
Please soak bare roots for 12-18 hours (do not exceed 24 hours). This allows them to take up the maximum amount of water without doing any injury to the plant.
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