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Alchemilla alpina, Alpine lady's mantle, is an arctic-montane herbaceous perennial plant native to Europe and Southern Greenland.
Alpine lady's mantle has been used for centuries as an herbal remedy, and is used in horticulture as a ground cover and in rock gardens. Lady's Mantle can be used to heal cuts and external injuries.
Description and habitat
The species is 0.2 metres (7.9 in) high and wide. The flowers are bisexual, are hermaphrodite and begin to bloom in June. They fade in September, with their seeds being collected from August to October. Apomixis is the only way how they get pollinated. They grow in clay soil.