A different look from other Lady’s Mantles, Alchemilla conjuncta sports silver-edged, deeply lobed leaves that are reminiscent of young lupines or some encrusted saxifrages. Leaves appear to have a silvery border because of their toothed edges and fine hairs on the underside. Plantings of Silver Lady’s Mantle can appear less dense than other Alchemilla clumps due to their open leaves. Billowy 16 inch tall panicles of chartreuse blooms float above this striking foliage from late spring to early summer.
Mature size: 16 in T x 12 in W
Minimum Temperature: -35 F