Marsh marigolds are a must for any pond as they are one of the earliest flowering of pond plants. This native variety provides a bright splash of colour early in Spring, providing an early source of food for Spring pollinators.
Top tip: The leaves die back and look a bit tatty in late Summer/Autumn. It overwinters with buds near the surface of the soil, and grows rapidly early in Spring.
Propagation: Collect seed or by division of plants
Depth of water is from soil surface to water surface not including top dressing – planting depth wet mud-20cm depth.
Planting: Plant into 5lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland Aquatic Soil