Caltha palustris

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Related to Caltha palustris: Mentha aquatica, Chelone glabra
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Synonyms for Caltha palustris

swamp plant of Europe and North America having bright yellow flowers resembling buttercups

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Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) Mature leaves and flowers are poisonous.
Good plants to put around a wildlife pond include Caltha palustris (marsh marigold) and Geum rivale (water avens), to encourage waterside insects, along with reedy-stemmed plants to attract dragonflies to lay their eggs.
. Marsh marigold, Caltha palustris `Plena' - This is one of the first spring flowers, with double, buttercup-yellow flowers.
Try kingcups (Caltha palustris), the flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus), with its lovely pink flowers, and Japanese iris.
Caltha palustris (Marsh marigold) This British native is happiest with its feet in water, growing alongside ponds and streams, forming a loose mound of leaves and large, waxy buttercups in late spring at the edge of water.
3, 0.17, 1 -- 11, 0.11, 1 Calla palustris -- -- -- Calopogon pulchellus -- -- -- Caltha palustris -- P -- Cardamine bulbosa P -- -- Cardamine pratensis -- 31, 0.45, 4 -- Carex crinita -- -- -- Carex lasiocarpa -- 3, 0.34, 1 -- Carex oligosperma -- -- -- Carex rostrata -- -- -- Carex sp.
nemorosa, Tussilago farfara, Caltha palustris, Calluna vulgaris, and Vaccinium myrtillus, and annual dates of leaf bud burst in Betula odorata (Table 1); these species or genera occur in the diets of the northern ungulates that we studied (Clutton-Brock et al.
Yn y gors ei hun, roedd gold y gors (Caltha palustris; Marsh marigold) eisoes yn ei flodau a'r rheini i'w gweld fel darnau o aur mewn clystyrau yma ac acw yn y gors.
y la ausencia en la de Pitarch de Blysmus compressus (ausente en territorios maestracenses), Caltha palustris (ausente en territorios maestracenses), Carex disticha, Carex echinata, Carex panicea, Carex pulicaris (ausente en territorios maestracenses), Carex rostrata, Dactylorhiza incarnata, Lychnis flos-cuculi subsp.
KEEP ponds clean by removing blanketweed and excess duckweed, and pulling off the dying leaves of any water plants such as the kingcup, Caltha palustris, and water lilies.
Caltha palustris, the marsh marigold, is a flower that I adore.
Caltha palustris, or marsh marigold, grows in just a few inches of water so is perfect for planting around the muddy margins of a pond.