Kingcups (or marsh marigolds) grow wild alongside streams and in shallow water .Galicia.Gorce Mountains.Poland. by Brown Sugar . Views (43) thank you !!!

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Canon 5D Mk2 . Canon 100 mm . f/2.8

Common Name: Kingcup
Genus: Caltha
Species: palustris
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: Moist, Boggy
Height: 25cm
Spread: 45cm
Time to divide plants: August to September

Kingcups (or marsh marigolds) grow wild alongside streams and in shallow water around ponds, forming loose clumps of kidney-shaped leaves, each up to 8-10cm (3-4in) across in late spring and early summer, large, shiny golden flowers like giant, waxy buttercups appear. Plants enjoy moist conditions and can be grown in planting baskets in shallow water round the edge of a pond, where they look their best when their reflections are seen in water. They also make good bog garden plants, and grow well in borders that waterlog in winter

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