April Flower: Marsh Marigold

Marsh-marigold is a member of the buttercup family, a large, almost luxuriant version of its smaller cousin with bright yellow flowers and dark, shiny leaves


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  1. These are lovely. I couldn’t believe how tiny buttercups are so I’m pleased to hear these flowers are larger. Such a gorgeous colour.

    1. Heyjude says:

      They look delightful en masse at the edge of a pool.

  2. Sammy D. says:

    These are lovely. Buttercups aren’t a flower I’m familiar with. We’re watching a sereies that takes place in Cornwall and I’m enjoying it immensely!

    1. Heyjude says:

      You don’t have buttercups? They are practically a weed here. What series are you watching?

      1. Sammy D. says:

        I don’t know; I’ll have to look up buttercups and see if they are here and I’ve not been aware.

        The series is Doc Marten -do you know it?

    2. Heyjude says:

      I love Doc Martin, and the scenery is so beautiful. We drove past the village just the other day!

      1. Sammy D. says:

        So it’s a real village – portwenn?!? I’ve got to find a good map for all the places you and Jo mention! Last week one of the characters mentioned going to “the Algarves” and I immediately thought of Jo 😉

        We LOVE the characters – well not all of them ( there’s some real crazies) but it is well-cast and written.

        1. Sammy D. says:

          Thanks!! I’ll show these to Hub.

          They also had a ‘chin wag’ on one episode. Made me throw a grin your way 💕😍

        2. Heyjude says:

          Hahaha… Blogging is SO much fun 😀

  3. Lucid Gypsy says:

    And what a treat to the eyes they are 🙂

  4. Dina says:

    Beautiful, cheerful flowers, I love them! 🙂

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