marsh marigold noun
: a swamp herb (Caltha palustris) of the buttercup family that occurs in Europe and North America and has bright yellow flowers —called also cowslip, kingcup
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marsh marigold noun (Concise Encyclopedia)
Perennial herbaceous plant (Caltha palustris) of the buttercup family, native to wetlands in Europe and North America. It is grown in boggy wild gardens. The plant has a hollow stem, heart-shaped or round leaves, and glossy pink, white, or yellow flowers composed solely of sepals (petals are absent). The stems, leaves, and roots are sometimes cooked and eaten as a vegetable, though the fresh plant is poisonous. See also cowslip.
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