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kingcup

Brit any of several yellow-flowered ranunculaceous plants, esp the marsh marigold
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ONE of the joys of spring is to see the stands of kingcups growing on the margins of lochs and burns.
KEEP ponds clean by removing blanketweed and excess duckweed, and pulling off the dying leaves of any water plants such as the kingcup, Caltha palustris, and water lilies.
Anyway, the smelly giant is probably a bit large for a small bog garden so, for spring interest, go for kingcups. The single wild kingcup, Caltha palustris, is one of our showiest wild flowers, thriving on river banks and lochsides.
Kingcup Mushrooms, of Hinstock, Shropshire, has been put up for sale and the administator hopes a buyer can be found for the business as a going concern.
Yet because flowers are such a persistent ingredient, Jovan has also to admit that it helps to know your kingcups, cotton grass, and yellow flag.
A few overlapping compost bags lining a hole you have excavated with the soil returned will retain moisture and enable you to grow plants you might not otherwise have been able to accommodate - glorious kingcups, Iris ensata and rodgersia.