Potentilla supina Overview
A wild perennial flower with green leaves and small, yellow cup-shaped flowers. Found in dry places.
How to propagate Potentilla supina
You can propagate the perennial species by seeds in the autumn. Shrubby species may be raised by seed in autumn.
Softwood or greenwood cuttings in summer.
Other uses of Potentilla supina
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.