As its name suggests, the Marsh Marigold (caltha leptosepala) proliferates in wet meadow areas of Colorado’s subalpine and alpine zones. Like all members of the buttercup family, the Marsh Marigold contains a toxin called protoanemonin. However, if cooked thoroughly, many parts of the plant are edible.

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