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Marsh Marigold


MARSH MARIGOLD
Caltha palustris Crowfoot Family  Ranunculaceae
April- June Rare
Description: From 6 to 24 inches  tall, with hollow stems. Basal leaves are long stalked and almost round to kidney shaped with a toothed margin; stem leaves are smaller. It has been used as a cooked green but poisonous when fresh and gives a bad taste to cow's milk.

Location: Marshes
 

Marsh Marigold
 
 
 

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