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cinquefoil

Herbal medicine
(1) Potentilla erecta; erect cinquefoil, see there.
(2) Potentilla reptans, a perennial herb; it is antidiarrhoeal, antipyretic, astringent and tonic, and has been used to treat nasal and oral bleeding, sore throat and toothaches.
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Chemical composition (g/kg dry matter) of some Appennine browse species Dry Organic Crude Crude Plant species matter matter protein fibre NDF Legumes Lathyrus sativus 214 887 137 35 401 Lotus corniculatus 231 879 122 39 315 Onobrychis viciaefolia 207 876 141 44 412 Trifolium pratense 215 849 210 31 397 Forbs Achillea millefolium 198 867 151 49 367 Potentilla reptans 203 852 94 53 612 Teucrium flavum 235 860 129 51 554 Grasses Brachipodyum pinnatum 209 871 104 36 761 SEM 17.
Extremely mineral-rich fens in Indiana are characterized by a dense, low growth of Potentilla fruticosa, the fen counterpart of Chamaedaphne calyculata.
There's no better shrub for long-term summer flowering than potentilla - and you can get them half price.
In the autumn, Potentilla anserina had a higher concentration of C31 alkane than any other species (Table 3).
Good, compact, low-maintenance shrubs with a long flowering season include potentilla, hebes, low-growing cistus or patio roses.
On a section of Highway 169, spelled out in potentilla bushes, honeysuckle and multi-colored rocks, is the enormous phrase, "When you play, nature wins.
Three each of Buddleia White Bouquet, Caryopteris Heavenly Blue and Potentilla Red Ace can be yours for just pounds 7.
Take soft and semi-ripe cuttings using non-flowering shoots of shrubs such as potentilla, hydrangea, spiraea and weigela.
These include achillea, potentilla, red hot pokers (Kniphofia), bergenia, penstemon, geranium, zantedeschia and crocosmia.
My own recommendations are rhododendrons, potentilla, lavetera, hydrangea, fuchsias and elaeagnus.
Rugged shrubs like barberry and potentilla give the garden permanent structure, while the rocks help protect the plants from searing winds and keep the soil from drying out.