Stem, leaf and petiol morphoanatomy were-studied in an important medicinal plant Alchemilla mollis (Buser) Rothm. for the pharmacognostic and taxonomic species identification. There are eglandular and glandular hairs on the stem, petiole and leaf. Leaf is bifacial. Cluster and rosette crytals of calcium oxalate are seen in the leaf and stem. Stomata type is anomocytic. Tanninsare found in both anatomical and prechemical studies. In addition, phytochemical evaluation revealed the presence of carbohydrate, flavonoids and coumarins.