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Seeds from Potentilla recta Sulphur cinquefoil. A loose rosette of long petiolate leaves develops first and withers before flowering. Plants can be one or multi stemmed. Stems are covered with long and short hairs and are unbranched. Stem leaves are palmately compound with 5 to 7 leaflets, stipulate and short petioled to sessile. Flowering occurs from May to July, when sulfur yellow flowers develop in open, flat topped inflorescence at the apex of the stems. Fruits are small, dark brown achenes with pale veins. Sulphur cinquefoil is native to Europe and occurs in pastures, range lands, along roadsides and other disturbed sites. Zones 4 to 8.
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