Potentilla, red begonia and white lobelia
I often propagate Kuril tea, planting new cuttings in early summer and now have many new bushes. It multiplies very easily.
Some of bushes were planted around the garden, especially where the tall shrub trunks have no leaves such as decorative willow, silvery goof, white dogwood. As Potentilla bushes are short, round, having dense crown covered with bright small flowers then the phlox, hostas, begonias, tall bushes are well complemented.
My decorative willow 'braided pigtail' and Potentilla
Potentilla, phlox and hostas
Tea of Potentilla leaves is used in many infectious diseases, it has unique antiviral and antibacterial properties. Also Potentilla or Kuril tea used as immunocorrective treatment. Methods of brewing tea are well described. Kuril tea improves overall health, if to drink it instead of the usual tea. It's allowed to drink up to three cups of medicinal drink per day. I did tea mixing young Potentilla, monarda, mint and lemon balm leaves.