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propagating perennials: Potentilla neumanniana-Spring Cinquefoil
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Monday, October 20, 2008

Potentilla neumanniana-Spring Cinquefoil

Propagating Potentilla neumanniana or Spring Cinquefoil should be done in the fall or after blooming by digging up the parent plant and separating the crown roots or by layering if you have optimum soil conditions. Spring cinquefoil is a spice scented evergreen groundcover, height 3"-6", that has yellow blooms in April to May that is deer resistant that will grow in either sand or clay in full sun or partial shade. Great for rock gardens or planted between flagstones but will not take foot traffic.

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