Marsh Marigold & Weed Control


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Marsh marigold (Caltha palustris) is a short bog or rain garden plant that grows in small clumps and is generally considered a well-behaved wetland plant. However, a similar-looking wetland plant called lesser celandine (Ficaria verna), or fig buttercup, is considered an invasive weed in Oregon and 17 eastern states stretching from Wisconsin to New Hampshire and south to Tennessee, as well as in Canada. Lesser celandine inhibits the growth of beneficial native plants, including marsh marigold. Definition of a WeedRegulatory agencies define weeds as plants that have the potential to interfere with agriculture or damage natural ecosystems. The Delaware Department of Agriculture's (DDA) book

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