E-Flora BC: Electronic Atlas of the Flora of British Columbia

Alchemilla monticola Opiz
hairy lady's mantle
Rosaceae (Rose family)

Introduction to Vascular Plants
Once images have been obtained, photographs of this species will be displayed in this window.Click on the image to enter our photo gallery.
Currently no image is available for this taxon.
E-Flora BC Static Map
Distribution of Alchemilla monticola
Click here to view the full interactive map and legend
Details about map content are available here
Click on the map dots to view record details.


Hairy lady's mantle is an introduced European perennial species that is reported in North America from the northeastern US (CT, MA, ME, NY, VT, WI) and Alaska, and from eastern Canada (NF, NS, ON, QC) (USDA 2010). It is also reported from British Columbia, where it has established along a forest path at Rogers Pass, Glacier National Park (BC Conservation Data Centre 2010).

Synonyms and Alternate Names

Alchemilla pratensis auct. non F.W. Schmidt
Alchemilla vulgaris auct. non L.
Alchemilla vulgaris var. pastoralis (Buser) B. Boivin
Alchemilla xanthochlora auct. non Rothm.

Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Links

Additional Photo Sources

Species References

British Columbia Conservation Data Centre. 2010. 2009 Update Files. BC Ministry of Environment, Victoria.

General References