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Potentilla fruticosa ‘Yellowbird’ (Yellowbird shrubby cinquefoil), branches


Identifier
3.78101
Format
digital color photograph 
Digitization Status
Born digital
Type
Photographic image
Date created
2005 – 2012
Description
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Yellowbird’ (Yellowbird shrubby cinquefoil), very bushy shrub with upright slender stems forming a low rounded to broad-rounded outline, flowers are double (8-10 petals but may produce singles) yellow about 1-1.5" across June until frost borne singly or in few-flowered cymes 2' high by 2.5' wide, leaves are alternate compound pinnate elliptic to linear-oblong 3-7 leaflets (usually 5) 0.5-1.0" long sessile acute with revolute margin light medium blue to dark green sometimes lustrous and more or less silky