12 Marsh Marigolds
Marsh Marigold is one of the most cheerful native plants to adorn the edges of a pond or to grace rock crevices in or near waterfalls. They can be placed in flower pots near the edge of a pond with the top of the pot at the surface and will return every year without any extra maintenance needed.
Marsh Marigolds are showy dark-green perennial resembling a large buttercup. The leaves spring from the ground, on long stalks, are kidney-shaped and large and shiny. The stem-leaves have short stalks and are more pointed at the top. They flower from mid-March till the middle of June, the flowers being at the end of the stems, which divide into two grooved flower stalks, each bearing one blossom, from 1 to 2 inches in diameter.
Marsh Marigolds are propagated by root division and seed. Divide plants in early Spring before blooming or in the summer when almost dormant. Sow seed as soon as it ripens, being careful not to allow it to dry out.
Soil Type - Mucky
Soil pH - Neutral
Water - Wet
Light - Full sun to Partial shade
plants are shipped without soil and carefully wrapped in moss, paper towel and a plastic bag.
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