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King Cup Plant

Image of marsh marigold
Image of marsh marigold
Image of Marsh Marigold
Image of Marsh Marigold
Image of Marsh Marigold
Image of Marsh Marigold

Caltha palustris

  • The true Marsh Marigold grown from our own seed here at the nursery.
  • A beautiful flower that loves to grow in wet, marshy ground.
  • Flowers April to August.

Supplied as a pot grown plant.

Available from APPROXIMATELY mid April 2020

GBP1 or more £5.95 each
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Pollinator Friendly

Our own growing from seed collected from plants in our show pond here.

The true Marsh Marigold, also known as Mayflower, May Blobs, Mollyblobs, Pollyblobs, Horse Blob, Water Blobs, Water Bubbles, Gollins, Balfae and Publican.

This is a good plant for the pond in helping to remove ammonia and nitrate salts that occur in ponds populated by fish.

Every pond should have a few of these to be planted as marginal plants, they look like giant buttercups! The flowers can grow to the size of a dinner plate in circumference with splendid rich yellow flowers from late April onwards which the bees just love! These really are spectacular.

Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.

  • Herbaceous perennial.
  • Prefers a damp/marsh like ground, not free draining.
  • Likes a partial shade position.
  • Sometimes flowers can be semi-double.
  • Reaches 12" (30 cm) tall.
  • Flowers April to August.
  • This plant is poisonous and will cause stomach ache etc. Cows avoid them.

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Available from APPROXIMATELY mid April 2020

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Pollinator Friendly Plants
A detailed guide to the seeds and plants sold by Victoriana Nursery Gardens that will attract and provide a food source to bees and other beneficial pollinating insects.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB34265