Ranunculus
'Champagne'

With layer upon layer of crepe-paper like petals, this mix offers wonderful peach, apricot, raspberry and gold sunbursts for your garden! Reminiscent of pint-sized peonies, these colorful Spring bulbs are abundant bloomers, producing large (3-5”) flowers that keep on coming. The attractive ferny foliage provides a dense green base for double-blossom, cup-shaped flowers rising on 10” stems. Plants bloom in Spring from Fall-planted bulbs; Summer when planted in the Spring. They perform well in pots or in the ground and may naturalize where hardy. Pretty inter-planted with other Spring bulbs or low profile native annuals. Excellent as a cut flower! Tip: For long-lasting bouquets, flowers should be cut when they first begin to show color. Plant in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun or light shade in hotter climates. Avoid soil that stays wet as it can cause bulbs to rot. Attracts butterflies.

Earl,
Curious Plantsman

Sun/Pt.Sun
Average Water

Short-Lived Perennial Bulb
USDA zones 8-10
(Lift Bulbs Elsewhere)