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Creeping Cinquefoil / Puzavi petoprst

Potentilla reptans


It is a creeping perennial plant. Its trailing stems root at the nodes. Leaves are borne on long stalks. It blooms in June - August with yellow flowers (about 2 cm in diameter) that have 5 heart-shaped petals. It is quite common.


Other names: European cinquefoil, creeping tormentil. In the past it was often used medicinally.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Jopy 10 years ago
Creeping Cinquefoil, puzavi petoprst
Potentilla reptans

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injica 10 years ago

Pokušat ću naći bolju sliku... rasle su dvije zajedno, sad cu staviti i drugu, druga je blijedo-žuta dok je ova jarko žuta

Jopy 10 years ago

ovo je Potentilla sp. ne mogu nikako skužiti kakve ima listove, ako su razdjeljeni na 5 dijelova onda je P. reptans:

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Zagreb, Croatia

Spotted on Apr 15, 2013
Submitted on Apr 15, 2013

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