Due to its small size, Alchemilla erythropoda is best planted along the edge of small gardens or underneath trees and shrubs. It can also be planted in potted rock gardens.
This plant belongs to the rosaceae family. During spring and summer, it will bloom with yellow flowers that fade to red as the season goes on. It adds a beautiful color to fill in small spaces and cover the ground.
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The Alchemilla erythropoda plant can grow in many soil types as long as it is moist and well-drained soil that receives full sun or part shade.
This plant thrives in USDA zones 3-8 / UK hardiness H7.
It is fairly easy to grow and maintain as long as it receives adequate sun and moisture.
After this plant has flowered, the flowers will fade to a dark red color. This means they have finished flowering and can be trimmed off.