|Excellent ground cover for shady areas, this clump-forming perennial has wavy, rounded, blue-green leaves that are silvery and hairy underneath. Reaches 16 inches tall and spreads to 12 inches. Flowers are abundant, tiny and greenish-yellow. Blooms early summer to early fall. Dew and water droplets adhere to leaf surface giving fresh look to the border. Look closely, as this species is often confused with Alchemilla alpina. Alchemilla conjuncta is taller and leaves have 7 to 9 lobes.