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Potentilla






POTENTILLA FRUTICOSA.--Northern Hemisphere (Britain). An indigenous

shrub that grows about a yard high, with pinnate leaves and golden

flowers. It is a most persistent blooming plant, as often for four

months, beginning in June, the flowers are produced freely in

succession. It delights to grow in a strong soil, and, being of low,

sturdy growth, does well for the outer line of the shrubbery.






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