The blooms of Ranunculus look like large Buttercups. They are great for containers, for the cottage garden, and make a great cut flowering. Ranunculus are best for fall planting in warm climates, such as hardiness zones 7-10. Ranunculus should not be planted in fall in cold climates, as they are not winter hardy.
Ranunculus need 6-8 weeks of cool* weather to sprout. If planted when temperatures are too warm, they will stay dormant.
*Evening 40-50° at night with Daytime at 60-75°.
Mixed Ranunculus Collection Includes: