Alchemilla vulgaris

Alchemilla vulgaris

Alchemilla vulgaris L.
Engl.: lady's mantle, ladies' mantle.
Deu.: Frauenmantel, Gewöhnlicher Frauenmantel.
Suom.: poimulehti.
Sven.: daggkåpa.
Fran.: alchémille.
Ital.: alchemilla.
Span.: alquimila.

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Alchemilla L. Poimulehti. Daggkåpa.

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Vanhoja tekstejä: Flora Fennica. Suomen Kasvio, 1866.

Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 5.

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Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 5.

Leaves, extremely pretty, with water all around the edges. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Wild. 2006-08-19.

Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 4.

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Spring growth, with leaves still folded up. Annala, Helsinki, Finland. Wild. 2005-05-12.

Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 3.

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First spring leaf. Perheniemi, Finland. Wild. 2002-04-12.

Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 2.

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Closeup of flower. BGBM, Berlin, Germany. Wild. 1995-06-01.

Photo: Alchemilla vulgaris 1.

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Flowering plant. BGBM, Berlin, Germany. Wild. 1995-06-01.

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Flowering plant. One of the plants for women - make a tea out of fresh or dried leaves and flowers. The flowers are also (sometimes) sweet (if a bit crunchy) snacks. And the dewdrops aren't really dew, it's how the plant gets rid of excess water. Suomussalmi, Finland. Wild. 1992-07-01.