Scallop-shaped, serrated leaves. 7 to 9 leaf lobes, but occasionally 11. The hairs are mainly around the nodes on the stems but the entire plant is mostly hairless (as its name implies). The Hairless Lady's-mantle has smooth and (almost) hairless leaves. The teeth on the leaf margins are pointed and curve inwards. Common in Scotland, Wales and north west England. Seldom seen elsewhere in the British Isles. Perennial.