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  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115
  • Mixed Buttercup - 78115

Mixed Buttercup

Ranunculus

#78115
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25 bulbs per package
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4.82 stars, based on 17 review(s)
Ships: 1-3 Business Days

    Our mixed ranunculus in shades of yellow, white, red, orange, cream and pink do well in summer garden beds and containers. These unique and elegant flowers are ideal for cutting and will brighten bouquets and centerpieces. A symbol of radiant charm.

    *These bulbs will need at least 4-6 weeks of cool (evening 40-50° & daytime 60-75°) weather to sprout. If too warm, they will stay dormant. Can take 6-8 weeks to sprout.  Zones 4-7 plant in spring/ Zones 8-11 plant in fall. 

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    How to Grow Ranunculus Bulbs in Spring

    Gardeners in hardiness zones 4-7 will have the best success with planting ranunculus bulbs in spring. Plan to plant ranunculus after the danger of frost has past, but before temperatures are above 70 degrees on a consistent daily basis. Ranuculus can be started indoors in a cool setting prior to moving outdoors when temperatures are favorable for the conditions they need.

    Grow ranunculus in a full to part sun location in soil that drains well. Plant the bulbs 2" below the soil surface and water after planting. Prior to sprouting the bulbs do not require additional water. The bulbs may take 6-8 weeks to sprout and will remain dormant if planted when the temperatures are too warm. If planted in proper growing conditions expect the ranunculus to bloom in late summer.

    Overall Customer Rating of 17 Reviews:
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    Nice Claws.

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    Planted these claws and they sprouted right away. They need to soak first... but if you do that there is no trouble at all.

    Virginia

    Gorgeous flowers

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    Pros:
    • Bright
    • Showy
    Cons:
    • Powdery mildew
    These plants came up beautifully when fall planted in the ground. I planted them the first time in the spring, in pots, and they came up but got powdery mildew very quickly and not many flowers. The next year I put them in the ground in the fall (zone 8b) and they were gorgeous in the spring. My neighbors were impressed. I’m buying more for next spring!

    NYC

    Mixed Buttercup

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    Pros:
    • great quality
    • good quantity
    • healthy bulbs
    Cons:
    These came in good condition; I planted them in seedling pots just to make sure they were not duds; they were not, there were 15 in the bag and 13 did sprout; they sprouted in about 10 days and are growing nicely. Healthy leaves and growing pretty fast; they will be planted in their raised bed this weekend. I can't wait to see the colors on these; wish we could post pics on here.

    Wonderful corms

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    Pros:
    • Sprout quickly
    Cons:
    • Better directions needed
    I can’t wait to see these flowers. Planted 10 three weeks ago, but didn’t think to check the correct direction to plant them! The next bunch I researched and realized I planted the first ones upside down! I dug up the first set and there was a lot of growth, and they probably would have done fine but I didn’t want the extra stress on them so I flipped them all around. Nearly all of them have sprouted already! The next sets I soaked before planting to speed germination, planted them a week ago and already seeing sprouts!

    Grants Pass, OR

    quick shipping

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    received quickly & can't wait to see them come alive next spring