Kingcup Marsh Marigold - Caltha Palustris Marginal


Kingcup Marsh Marigold - Caltha Palustris Marginal

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The Kingcup Marsh Marigold - Caltha Palustris Marginal Pond Plant is a Native plant that grows wild alongside streams and in shallow water around ponds, forming loose clumps of kidney-shaped leaves. The Latin name Caltha is derived from the Greek for 'goblet' - hence the Marsh-marigold is commonly known as 'Kingcup'. Caltha Palustris is also known as: 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.

 

At a glance

Name: Kingcup Marsh Marigold - Caltha Palustris Marginal Pond Plant

Family:  Ranunculaceae

Flower Colour: Yellow

Height: 10 – 50cm

Planting depth: 0 - 10cm

Light requirements: full Sun

Bloom time: Spring to mid summer 

 

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