In a wild part of RHS Wisley.
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Now known as Potentilla indica.
Now that's a name change that makes excellent sense, as it does look like a Potentilla. Should be easier to remember as well!
... with dissimilar genera such as Alchemilla, Acaena and Aphanes nested within it. I'm not aware that botanists have yet settled on a classification for the group as a whole.
The clade can be split into two, one containing much of Potentilla, the other (Fragariinae) containing the above 3 genera, Fragaria, and quite a few chunks of Potentilla.
The 3rd edn of Stace sinks Duchesnea in Potentilla and segregates Comarum, but leaves Dasiphora (the shrubby cinquefoils) in Potentilla.
Lat/Lng: 51.311272222222, -0.4731
OS grid ref: TQ065580