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There are several native species which normally come under Alchemilla vulgaris agg. Is this in a natural setting or near habitation as that would help to confirm,but garden type is more robust and not in flower yet were I am.
Definitely not Alchemilla mollis as this is much downier. It would take a specialist to get to species.
Yes, that's what I thought.
As far as your question is concerned Sheila, there is no habitation nearby and this particular plant is commonly found. This, though was an early specimen - still very small.
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