Received seed for this in an HPS/MAG exchange; it is described as a small lady's mantle with insignificant flowers, and half-way cut leaves, silver-edged when young. It received a high rating in the Chicago Botanic Garden's alchemilla trial, but other than that I've not found much information for this species.
|Seed ripens||early August|
|Cute new growth in very early spring |
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Margaret Boehm||Jul 09, 2005||Would love to know how you evaluate the alchemilla bulgarica. The Chicago trial rated the flowers as "excellent" which really peeked my interest. I grow 6 or 8 alchemilla but not one called bulgarica. They also didn't rate, or maybe didn't test, ellenbeckii which I'm trying for the first time. It may not be hardy here in Connecticut but supposedly is.
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