Saturday, May 31, 2008

Swamp Buttercup in pond garden

Swamp Buttercup is a common, hardy wildflower that will grow in seasonal wetlands, can thrive in the running waters of small streams, and does quite well in pond gardens. The flowers attract all manners of pollinators, from bees and skipper butterflies to flies and beetles, while their seeds are eaten by a variety of animals; from squirrels and rabbits to Wild Turkeys*.

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