Potentilla dickinsii is a
perennial herb inhabiting rocks, occasionally trunks, in mountainous
regions. Leaves comprise three to five leaflets, each measuring
2-5cm in length; its backsides are milky white with adpressed hairs.
Branch tops setting yellow 5-petaled approximately-1cm-in-diameter
flowers in cymose inflorescences. In receptacles, dense white hairs
are observable. Bloom time: June-July.