a perennial herb found in somewhat damp places on roadsides or
grasslands in mountainous districts, forms colonies by runners
crawling on the ground. Leaves, with long petioles, measure 1.5-3cm
long, in the shape of a kidney-shaped orbicular, shallowly cleft in
7-9, with obtuse irregular serrations on margins. Peduncles emerge
from axils and set around ten small light green-white flowers on the
tips gathering together; the flowers locate higher than the leaves.
Bloom time: June-October.