CLIFF CREGO | Fan-leaf Cinquefoil, leaf shape

Fan-leaf Cinquefoil, leaf shape, September aspect at 2200 m. (Potentilla flabellifolia)
Member of the Rose family, similar in aspect and habit to
European Lady's Mantel; mat forming.

FAN-LEAF CINQUEFOIL (Potentilla flabellifolia)

Seen as emerging out movement, the beautiful form
of this Cinquefoil's fan-shaped leaves is like a
round water drop, a drop which then ripples
rhythmically along its edges. What a wonderful
variation of this Rose family member's normal
palmate, or handlike, aspect! It grows along small
streams (as pictured above), moist meadows, and
at the edges of bogs.

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