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Fatty Fingers Cinquefoil

Fatty Fingers Cinquefoil (Potentilla gracilis var. permollis), is a native perennial forb that grows more commonly in Eastern Latah County, where as the Slender Cinquefoil is more common in Western Latah County. Fatty Fingers stems are branched at the base, and the leaves are palmately compound in 7-9 segments. The leaves of Fatty Fingers are less deeply serrated than that of the Slender Cinquefoil. Both Slender and Fatty Fingers Cinquefoil leaves have a white underside compared to the invasive Sulfur Cinquefoil which does not.


Life Cycle: Perennial

Bloom Color: Yellow

Bloom Time: June through September


USDA PLANTS Database Link

https://plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=POGRF2