Ranuculus

The one and only, ranuculus..

no really–the one and only!

Not a good year for this beautiful flower…

I will try again next year.

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10 thoughts on “Ranuculus

  1. Hi Stacey
    That bloom looks like its made of crepe paper, so pretty. And the wooden carriers (prev. post) are utterly awesome. (He must like you….)

    1. I just love ranuculus, they are so delicate. And thanks for the trug love!
      Thanks for stopping at my little garden blog. I enjoy visiting with garden lovers! ๐Ÿ™‚ Stacey

  2. I was just looking at a plant catalogue and thinking about growing ranunculus for my cut flower patch for next year. I believe they need lots of drainage which makes me think they won’t like the Welsh wet weather but they are so beautiful.

  3. That reminds me of my attempt to grow lisianthus. I got a whopping six blooms. Glad you are going to try again. I didn’t. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I adore ranuculus and tried growing them in Greece but had no success, they were in pots as I didn’t have a garden at the time so I’m wondering if perhaps that was the problem. I hope you have better luck next year, the one that did grow looks beautiful,

    1. I actually started these in pots, then moved them to the ground when they started looking sad! Will have to bit a more research for next year! I have not given up yet. ๐Ÿ™‚

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