Potentilla canadensis

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Potentilla canadensis, Linn. Sts. slender, at first ascending, later prostrate and creeping, simple, flagelliform, 12-24 in. or more long, leafy, bearing solitary long- peduncled fls. at the nodes, villous. eglandular: basal and cauline lvs. slender-petioled, palmately 5-foliolate; lfts. cuneate-obovate or oblong, coarsely dentate-serrate except at the base, green both sides, pubescent or glabrate above, more or less strigose-pilose beneath : fls. 5 - 6 lines broad; appendages narrowly lanceolate; petals broadly obovate, slightly emarginate, yellow, longer than the sepals: carpels glabrous; style subterminal, from clavate to fusiform. May-Aug. E. N. Amer. Mn. 3:38. Good for dry, sterile, open soil.Subsection D. Leptostyl.e. Style lateral, short-flli- form, of equal diam. throughout: plant with or without tomentum. CH

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