Lady's Mantle, c/s

Alchemilla vulgaris


Origin: Poland

Lady's Mantle is a perennial that is native to Europe and Asia and widely cultivated as an ordimental. Small flowers form in clusters atop a central stalk that is surrounded by rubbery leaves. The leaves are said to resemble a lady's mantel.

Note: Not for use during pregnancy or breast-feeding.
Common Names: Leontopodium, Stellaria, Dew-cup, Lion’s foot, Bear’s foot, Nine hooks