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  • Appearance: Marsh marigold is a herbaceous perennial plant that typically grows between 1 and 2 feet tall. It has large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves that are bright green in color. The plant produces vibrant yellow, buttercup-like flowers with multiple petals. The flowers bloom in early spring, often before other plants have started to flower, creating a striking display.

  • Habitat and Range: Marsh marigold is native to wetland habitats and can be found in various regions of the Northern Hemisphere, including Europe, Asia, and North America. It prefers moist to wet soil conditions and is often found in marshes, bogs, stream banks, and other wet areas. Marsh marigold has a wide distribution and can be found in different regions across its native range.

  • Ecological Importance: Marsh marigold is highly valued for its ecological contributions. It serves as an important early-season nectar source for bees and other pollinators when few other flowers are available. The plant's dense foliage provides cover and habitat for amphibians, insects, and other wetland wildlife. Additionally, the seeds of marsh marigold are consumed by birds and small mammals.
  • Garden and Landscape Use: Marsh marigold is appreciated for its ornamental qualities and is often cultivated in gardens and landscapes, particularly those with wet or boggy conditions. It can be planted along water features, in rain gardens, or in moist garden areas. The vibrant yellow flowers add a cheerful touch to spring landscapes, and the plant's preference for wet conditions makes it a valuable choice for water-loving gardens.

  • Cultural Significance: Marsh marigold has cultural significance in some regions. In folklore, it has been associated with various traditions and beliefs, including being a symbol of good luck or protection against evil spirits. The plant's early blooming nature and vibrant yellow flowers also make it a popular subject in early spring nature observations and nature-inspired art.

  • Marsh marigold, with its glossy leaves, vibrant yellow flowers, ecological contributions, and wetland adaptability, is a valuable plant for both natural and cultivated landscapes. Its ability to provide early-season nectar, support wetland wildlife, and add color to wet garden areas make it an excellent choice for gardens seeking to celebrate the beauty and ecological importance of wetland habitats.
  • SPREAD 30-40 CM 
  • HEIGHT 30-40 CM 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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