At the verge of the water, a thick green plant of marsh-marigold has one or two great golden flowers open.
Pod or simple pistil of Caltha or marsh-marigold, which has opened, and shed its seeds.
The marsh-marigold is Caltha palustris and belongs with the buttercup and wind-flower to the Crowfoot Family.
The marsh-marigold shone golden, and the water-plantains spread their candelabra here and there.
In the three oblongs on this page, the marsh-marigold shapes have been used in three ways.
Others are quite harmless, as the marsh-marigold, so well known as cowslips, or the "greens" of early spring.
The marsh-marigold leaf will answer, or you can cut out water-lily leaves from oak or maple.
Look at the sketch of the marsh-marigold, and then at the small drawings at the right.
See how the belly shines, here as yellow as a marsh-marigold, and there as white as a foam-flower.
The centre of the eyot is yellow with patches of marsh-marigold in the hot spring days.