The bright yellow flowers of Marsh Marigold brighten up the landscape in early in spring. This is a great native plant for wet areas and pond gardens.
Habitat: Wet woods, marshes and stream edges.
Blooms: Yellow flowers in early spring
Height: 12-18 in
Light: Full sun to part shade.
Moisture: Wet to moist
Soil: Muddy, humus rich
Companions: Cardinal Flower, Joe pye weed.
Propagation: Seeds should be sown immediately after ripening or divide clumps in spring/fall. Seedlings do not flower until about the third year following germination.
Wildlife Value: Seeds are eaten by birds. Flowers are important for early native pollinators.