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Re: Maddy's picture link

Thanks, Chris! (as is yours!)
I'm sure you're right about the name of my white flower. I looked  up 
Potentilla alba, and the photos and description match my plant exactly. It's  a 
delightful little plant, and it stays put, spreading out slowly into a nice  clump, 
but never becoming invasive. Even after it's done blooming, I think the  
foliage is very attractive.
Maddy Mason
Hudson Valley, NY  zone 5/6
In a message dated 7/11/2005 12:02:27 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
"Christopher P. Lindsey" _lindsey@mallorn.com_ (mailto:lindsey@mallorn.com)  writes:

Maddy,  that's a very nice garden!

My gut reaction at seeing the white  flowering cinquefoil is that it's
Potentilla alba.  This perennial  stays about 8" high at most, likes rock
garden conditions, and blooms in  April here and then reblooms sporadically
throughout the rest of the  growing season.


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