Potentilla cinerea Overview
A low and woody, mat-forming wild perennial flower with pinnate leaves and hairy stems. Bears small, yellow cup-shaped flowers.
How to propagate Potentilla cinerea
Propagate by division in the spring. Division in autumn.
Other uses of Potentilla cinerea
Attracts bees. Tall species, such as the shrubs, are useful in borders. Dwarf Potentillas are good for rock gardens and in containers. Suitable for coastal conditions.