Also known as
Kingcup, Boots, Brave Bassinets, Bull Flower, Cow Lily, Crazy Beth, Crowfoot, Drunkards, Goldes, Golds, Goldings, Gools, Horse Blob, May Blob, Mare Blob, Marybuds, Meadow-Bright, Meadow Buttercup, Meadow Cowslip, Meadow Gowan, Publican's Cloak, Publicans-And-Sinners, Soldier's Buttons, Water Boots, Water Buttercup, Water Cowslip, Water Dragon, Water Goggles, Water Gowan, Yellow Gowan, Cowflock, Cowslip, American Cowslip, Yellow Elkslip, Water blobs, Moly blobs
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Marsh Marigold Overview
This herbaceous perennial appears along waterways throughout the UK, it's bright yellow flowers in spring against rounded dark, green leaves are attractive to pollinating insects and helps to encourage wildlife provides habitat opportunities.
Common problems with Marsh Marigold
Generally pest free
How to propagate Marsh Marigold
They can be divided after flowering.
Other uses of Marsh Marigold
Suits marginal wet areas alongside bogs, ponds, streams and rivers. A must for wildlife friendly gardens or informal cottage styles.
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