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Thriller Lady's Mantle has chartreuse flowers on arching stems during its long blooming time from mid-Spring to mid-Summer.  The plant has lovely scalloped leaves that will hold droplets of water. It can be used in borders, containers, groundcover, and edging. Reseeding can be controlled with deadheading flowers


A. mollis will grow in nearly any moist, shady area that is well-drained. In the cooler summers of northern zones, they will grow in full sun if kept consistantly moist. In the south, they must be sheltered from the harsh afternoon sun and should be planted in fertile, moist soil. Bloom time may be reduced in hot climates. In the north, favorable conditions allow this plant to self-seed freely, with new plantlets popping up all around the original clump. They are easily lifted if they appear where they are not wanted. Because of the hairy foliage which traps water easily, it does not do well in areas where short, heavy downpours are immediately followed by hot, humid afternoons. These conditions encourage foliar diseases which may be cleared up by use of a fungicide.


From Walters Gardens

Alchemilla mollis 'Thriller' Lady's Mantle

SKU: 5888589398861
  • Common Name Lady's Mantle
    Plant Type Perennial
    Zones 3-7
    Height 15-18"
    Spacing 18-24"
    Growth Habit Mounding
    Growth Rate Medium
    Bloom Time Late Spring-Early Summer

    Full Sun (>6 hrs. Direct Sun)

    Part Shade (4-6hrs Direct Sun

    Water Needs

    Average Water Needs

    Soil Type

    Poor Soil Quality
    Average Soil Quality

    Fertile Soil Quality

    Deer, Rabbit
    Tolerance Low maintenance


    Cut Flower

     Cut Foliage

    Dried Flower


     Mass Planting

    Origin Not Native to North America
    Attracts Wings  

    Attracts Butterflies

    Bee Friendly                                    


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