Alchemilla mollis or also known as Alchemilla grandiflora, Garden Lady’s-mantle, or Lady’s Mantle. It is a member of the Rosaceae family of plants. It is a herbaceous perennial. It is clump-forming. Alchemilla mollis is deciduous. It has hairy light green leaves. The leaves have scalloped and toothed edges. It grows bright yellow flowers. It is native to Carpathians Caucasus.
How to grow Alchemilla mollis:
Grow it in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in moist well-drained soil of any kind. Propagate by seed or by division. It is generally pest-free and disease-free. If you deadhead the flowers in August you might be surprised with the second set of flowers.
Alchemilla mollis does self-seed. If the foliage looks untidy after blossoming then you can cut it down. It will regrow nice and fresh. It produces bright yellow flowers in late summer early fall.