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Potentilla tridentata 'White Cloud'    

An underutilized native groundcover that produces compact mounds of glossy, evergreen leaves, with clusters of white flowers late spring to fall. Grows 3-6" tall with a spread of 12-15". Great for the rock garden and as a groundcover for dry sites. Prefers acidic soil. Exceptional drought tolerance. Foliage takes on red tones in fall for added interest. 

    Common Name:Three-toothed Cinquefoil
    Hardiness Zones:2-7
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained, gritty soil

About Potentilla: Old favorites from the Potentilla genus, along with new cultivars, provide many good choices for the garden. Tending towards a sprawling habit, they work well as groundcover, trailing out of crevices in stonewalls, in rock and alpine gardens or in the front of borders.