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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by englak, May 30, 2015.
I can't place this cute ground cover, and the sign was gone! Help, please.
It looks like Alchemilla, but not quite like the one I know, more like what I'm seeing for Alchemilla vulgaris.
Alchemilla alpina (or related species - it's a huge genus after all).
Thanks Wendy and Axel!
Thanks, Axel. I noticed that the number of leaflets was surprisingly regular at seven in that photo, and I see that Wikipedia mentions "about seven lanceolate leaflets" for Alchemilla alpina.
Agree with Alchemilla alpina - silver edges along leaves.