Marsh Marigold

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Latin Name- Caltha Palustris Hardy Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 3ft Width- 12-15inch Sun Or Shade- Full And Partial Sun

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Marsh Marigold- Caltha Palustris

Marsh Marigold is a bright yellow perennial that grows primarily in the Northern Hemisphere. It's Latin name, Caltha Palustris, refers to the goblet shape of the flower. In the wild, it thrives in ecosystems such as marshes, wetlands, swamps, and anywhere that a great deal of moisture can collect. Marsh Marigold is a water-loving plant that is an excellent addition to any garden. It goes by a variety of unusual names, a few including water boots, meadow buttercup, and a water dragon. The flower sepals bring a cheerful pop of yellow, evoking thoughts of sunshine and happiness. They are surrounded by brilliant green, kidney-shaped leaves that grow in clusters. The entire plant has many stems that produce from four to five flowers. Overall they are a medium-sized plant that can grow up to one or two feet. Its sepals are small and delicate, each only a couple of centimeters long. Tiny puffs of pollen are found in the center. Marsh Marigolds thrive in wet environments, so if you want to invest in one of these beautiful plants, make sure that it gets enough water every day. Also, it does well in fertile soil, as opposed to one that's thinner and contains fewer nutrients. Avoid fertilizing your marigold; they do better just on their own, and harsh fertilizers can harm them. A part-shade environment is just beautiful as long as they are kept in a moist area. Make sure you plant your seeds right away when you get them and do not allow them to dry out, as this could negatively impact blooming. These pretty plants also attract hummingbirds as a bonus, so watch out for those beautiful birds after planting. These marigolds bloom from mid-spring and late summer so that you may have these little, yellow plants all summer long!


Marsh Marigold Plant is used as an expectorant.  This plant is impressive when used in essential oils against coughs and colds.  The plant can also be boiled and used to help with sores that appear on the skin.  It has also been known to be able to remove warts, and tea can be made to be used as a natural laxative. Marsh Marigolds can be seen growing in ditches where soils are moist. Marsh Marigold will have gorgeous yellow blooms.


This plant will thrive in moist soil conditions. The Marsh Marigold can be found growing in wooded areas and around lakes and ponds where the soils are wet. The foliage is edible and can be cooked like spinach.The Marsh Marigold, or cowslip, is a member of the buttercup family. This bright perennial is an herb that grows to one to three feet in height with green leaves and flowers that are shaped like a big buttercup.


Marsh Marigold Plant flowers are a vibrant yellow and bloom in the early spring months. This plant is easy to find near marshes, ponds, and other water sources since it needs much water to grow and thrive. People can eat the leaves of the Marsh Marigold in early spring before the flowers bloom. Birds love this flower and flock to it when the blooms are in full show. These plants grow the best if they are used in the north and northeast areas of the United States, and in Canada. They grow well when planted in partial shade near abundant water sources or when watered every day. The marsh marigold prefers muddy soil compositions.


Marsh Marigold