Big;flowery lady's mantle
Big-leaved lady's mantle, also called Alchemilla mollis, will transform your garden into a little paradise. It is a ground cover that grows very quickly, turning vacant areas into green paradises in no time at all.
Bees, bumblebees and butterflies-friendly perennial
This hillside planting is one of the plants in your garden that attracts insects and serves as a food source for them. In the warm season, the large-flowered lady's mantle attracts bumblebees, bees and butterflies and provides plenty of pollen and nectar. So you can not only enjoy the sight of the plants in your garden, but also the buzzing and fluttering in the air, which adds life to your garden.
Enjoy a striking ground cover with yellow flowers
The fleshy leaves are densely hairy and therefore catch dew and raindrops. In the daytime, this sight looks as if the leaves are studded with pearls that glisten in the sun.
The flowering season of the great lady's mantle
Between May and September, the ground cover produces a yellow haze of flowers that hang over the plants
The yellow flowers of the large-leaved lady's mantle can be used for fresh and dried flowers.
How to make the large-leaved lady's mantle feel at home in your garden
Women's mantle can be planted in normal garden soil, in sun or partial shade, and is hardy
The plants are grown in pots and can therefore be used all year round.