An invasive buttercup found in damp places on grassland, along woodland and field edges with its yellow flowers about 2cm across and hairy leaves which are divided into three lobes with rough edges. This bright, golden-cupped flower is a childhood favourite: if a yellow reflection appears when it is held up to the chin, it is considered as a sign that the person likes butter.
Height: up to 50cm
Flower: May to August
Planting site: Damp/flooded areas, ditches and woodland areas.
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