Sibbaldiopsis tridentata (f. Potentilla tridentata)
Sibbaldiopsis tridentata has a few rather amusing common names. Three-toothed cinquefoil is descriptive, while "shrubby five fingers" tickles the funny bone.
One of Britt’s favorites, this low-growing evergreen perennial makes an excellent ground cover in dry, full sun areas, especially in sandy soil. The glossy, dark green leaves are divided in three, and sweet white flowers have five rounded petals. When grown in full sun, the leaves turn a deep burgundy color in the fall. The small blossoms support native pollinators such as bees and butterflies.
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Sibbaldiopsis tridentata (3-toothed cinquefoil)
2 quart pot
type: herbaceous perennial sun needs: full sun, part sun/part shade water needs: dry, average height: 4-12" plant spacing: 1/sq ft bloom time: June, July, August bloom color: white
good plant companions
Sibbaldiopsis tridentata is a great candidate for rock gardens with similar plants. It is small and evergreen, and charming as can be, so stands well alone too.
deer resistant (please note that does not mean deer proof) evergreen