A yellow flower that blooms in the month of Marn.
The low-growing flower produces a fist-size bloom that's bright yellow and smells sweet. Marny flowers are often found in damp soil (near lakes, streams and rivers) but require lots of sunlight to thrive.
It is commonly associated with mothers as the plant has so many uses. The bloom itself is used as a dye, the leaves and stem can be boiled to make a tea to treat diarrhea and the roots are mashed and mixed with honey to make a soothing cough remedy.