Marsh marigold Overview
This is one of the most rewarding bog plants that can be grown in the garden. In the spring it will produce a profusion of rich yellow blooms. It will also grow well in a rock garden that is kept moist or even a perennial border. The leaves are a dark green and provide a nice contrast for the bright flowers. 'Flore Pleno' will not grow as tall, but will provide double flowers. This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe.
How to propagate Marsh marigold
They can be divided after flowering.
Other uses of Marsh marigold
Aquatic, bog, wildflower/meadow