June 18th, 2012

June 18th, 2012 by Sherri

On the east side of Russell House is a group of Bush Cinquefoil {Potentilla fruiticosa} that has pale yellow 1″ flowers in profusion. This shrub will stay small, about 2-3′ and bloom most of the summer. There are more than 100 varieties with flower color choices in many shades of yellow, white, pink and red. The yellow varieties are the most common.

 Bush Cinquefoil {Potentilla fruiticosa} Bush Cinquefoil {Potentilla fruiticosa}

 Bush Cinquefoil {Potentilla fruiticosa} Bush Cinquefoil {Potentilla fruiticosa}

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