Ranunculus blooms possess a nearly surreal, flawless quality. Their flowers boast multiple layers of silky petals in vibrant hues, reminiscent of exquisite roses. These rose-like ranunculus blossoms are a common feature in flower shops and essential additions to wedding bouquets. In areas with mild winters, you can plant buttercups in the autumn for an early April bloom, while in colder regions, spring planting ensures a lovely early summer display.
These plants produce large, blush-pink flower heads atop sturdy, lengthy stems, making them an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements. They typically bloom 1 to 2 weeks after most other ranunculus varieties, and their tall, robust nature grants them increased heat tolerance, extending the flowering season.
Ranunculus ‘Marshmallow,’ boasts a delightful shade of soft pink, making it an absolute must-have for weddings. This particular variety has been bred to withstand higher temperatures slightly, resulting in enormous flowers that bloom on robust, lengthy stems.
This order includes dried ranunculus corms. Corms resemble bulbs in that they store all the necessary nutrients and energy for the plant’s growth.