Rough-fruited cinquefoil Overview
This perennial produces hairy stems about 45cm long. The leaves are hand-shaped with 35mm leaflets. The flowers are about 25mm wide, bright yellow and are produced very freely from early summer.
How to propagate Rough-fruited cinquefoil
You can propagate by division in the spring. Division in autumn.
Other uses of Rough-fruited cinquefoil
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.