NAME: Prairie Cinquefoil
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Tall Cinquefoil
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Potentilla Arguta syn. Drymocallis Arguta
COLOR: White - Pale Yellow
PLANT SEEDS: Fall sow seeds or cold stratify
BLOOM TIME: June - Sept
HARDINESS ZONE: 2 - 7
PLANT HEIGHT: 18 - 24"
PLANT SPACING: 12 - 18"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: Prairie Cinquefoil is indeed a native prairie plant that tolerates rocky, sandy, or clay soil, & drought very well. These tough plants are great for rock gardens or any dry or problem areas. Lots of 3/4" flowers blooming in large clusters will attract bees & butterflies, & it has a long bloom time.
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Mar 19, 2021
Feb 19, 2021
These came really quickly and I am super excited about planting them in the spring. The owner responded to all my questions about the specific details of the plants and growing conditions. I am using these for research and the before process is very important and I was glad that the shop was knowledgeable about the entire process.
Feb 19, 2021
These came really quickly and I am super excited about planting them in the spring.
Feb 18, 2021