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Ranunculus Garden Collection

Ranunculus asiaticus

$154.00
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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Overall Size: 4" to 6" W 8" to 12" H

This sweet collection will make your green space into your new favorite painting (Ranunculus asiaticus) Ranunculus is on our must-have list for early spring growers that can take the cool-season weather. They prefer temps around 55°F to make their blooms flourish. Team them with colorful snapdragons and violets for a showcase on the front lawn garden beds to usher in the first signs of spring. Their paper-petals look like a Georgia O'Keeffe watercolor to enjoy. Use them as cut flowers for indoor arrangements. These grow 12 inches tall and wide.

Collection Includes:

  • Ranunculus Violet Bicolor
  • Ranunculus Pink Bicolor
  • Ranunculus Light Pink
  • Ranunculus Yellow Red Bicolor
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Ranunculus Garden Collection
Ranunculus Garden Collection
About Ranunculus Garden Collection

The Latin name of Ranunculus dissected means frog (Rana), and unculus means little; they were first discovered along a creekside in moist soil with tiny frogs nearby!

Care Level:

Some care required

Pet Friendly: Warning

Toxic if ingested.

Origins: Greenland, Alaska, Southwestern Asia

Greenland, Alaska, Southwestern Asia

Fun Facts: No wonder these b...

No wonder these blooms are often guests in the bride's bouquets at weddings! They come in pastels and bright colors to fit each bride's color palette. Not to mention, their delicate petals have a bit of ruffle and romance.

Ranunculus Garden Collection

Great For People Who…

  • Great for people who love flowering plants
  • Great for people who love to dance
  • Great for people who love the color purple
  • Great for people who love to share plants with their friends
Ranunculus Garden Collection

Great For Spaces That…

  • Great for spaces with bright indirect light
  • Great for spaces with medium indirect light
  • Great for spaces that have need lush decor
  • Great for spaces that need a pop of color

Plant Care Guides

  • Ranunculus asiaticus
  • Ranunculus asiaticus "Charlotte"
  • Ranunculus asiaticus
  • Ranunculus asiaticus
  • Ranunculus Violet Bicolor
  • Ranunculus Pink Bicolor
  • Ranunculus Yellow Red Bicolor
  • Ranunculus Light Pink

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