Plants By Type
Hispid Buttercup grows best in USDA climate zones six through nine. They grow good in moist and well-drained soils. They can also grow in saturated soils. They can be called Bristly Buttercup, Swamp Buttercup, and Marsh Buttercup. They produce beautiful flowers in bright yellow and has several on each plant. The flowers can be one and a quarter inch wide. The leaves are a color medium green and have teeth around the edges of them. They usually bloom during the months of April and June. They love the full and partial shade. This plant can grow to be ten to twelve inches tall.