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Marsh flower Overview
A genus of 8 accepted species of small, bushy and spreading annual flowering plants in the Limnanthaceae family native to Western regions of North America where they inhabit marshy areas. Commonly known as meadow foam, or poached egg flower, they have fine, pinnately-divided foliage and bowl-shaped yellow flowers with white tips. They are cultivated as hardy annuals in the flower border.
How to propagate Marsh flower
You can sow the seeds directly in the autumn or early spring and lightly cover.
Other uses of Marsh flower
Nectar-rich flowers attract bees, hoverflies and butterflies. Borders. Rock gardens. Suitable for coastal conditions.