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Alpine Lady's-mantle

Observed: 27th May 2011 By: PhilT69PhilT69’s reputation in PlantsPhilT69’s reputation in PlantsPhilT69’s reputation in PlantsPhilT69’s reputation in Plants

This attractive plant has escaped from my garden - (which is the only way we are likely to come across it in everyday life!)
Low growing, dark green glossy leaves,divided all the way to the base - and the typical Lady's Mantle yellow-green tiny flowers.

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Alchemilla conjuncta

Tim Rich is correct, even though A. conjuncta is not currently shown as the likely ID. (Hopefully this will change, though the 'expert' system doesn't seem to be working as it should.)

The leaves are deeply lobed, but the lobes do not form separate leaflets as they do in A. alpina.

A. conjucta is frequently grown in gardens and readily escapes. A. alpina is rarely grown .