Alchemilla mollis?

linaria_gwApril 25, 2014

sorry, double post mix up

but well, a back of a single leaf

This post was edited by linaria on Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 16:17

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fatamorgana2121(Zone 5/6)

Didn't see your other post before I answered. Didn't know you were talking immature plants. So I take back my answer.

It doesn't look like lady's mantle to me but I'm not familiar with what it looks like as a baby plant. So....a "maybe no." :)

FataMorgana

This post was edited by fatamorgana on Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 17:37

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linaria_gw

Hi Fata Morgana,
Thanks.
I meant young nursery plants, in Europe they are sold in small pots, about 3,5 inches wide, so not really " baby plants".
But I got the inspiration to pick a leaf of a typical A mollis for comparison and work from there.

I know that other species are smaller, like the Alchemilla epipsila, but did not grow any myself so far.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2014 at 9:33PM
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