Purple Persian Buttercup Bulb Defined by a lush flowering of rich purple petals, this bulb set enhances your garden with delicate, beautiful texture. - Grows to approx. 12.5'' H - Perennial Bloom time: May to July - Full sun exposure Hardy in zones 7 to 10
How to Grow Ranunculus | The Alternative to Peonies for Mild Winters - Do you love peonies and want to grow them in your garden but live in warm coastal areas? Try planting ranunculus, aka Persian buttercups. Inexpensive and long-blooming, your vases will be overflowing for weeks! Sponsored by Dunkin' Donuts. #DunkinAtHome #BakerySeries #ad
Often referred to as the rose of the spring, ranunculus have become one of the most popular wedding flowers in recent years. These tender bloomers need extra protection from cold temperatures, but if carefully tended, they will produce an abundance of lush, textural blooms throughout the later half of spring.
Ranunculus Purple - These "spring roses" have shapely buds that open into gorgeous flowers with layers of tissue-thin petals. Where winters are mild (zones 8-11), plant ranunculus bulbs in fall for early spring flowers.
White Ranunculus (Persian Buttercup): 1) Blooms in early summer and goes for weeks 2) Grows in a mound 6 to 12 inches across. Flowers on 12- to 18-inch stems 3) Partial shade 4) Deer Resistant 5) Plant in fall
The flowers of Persian Buttercups come in most colors (including bicolored) except blue, green, or true purple (some are magenta). Persian Buttercups with longer stems can be used as beautiful cut flowers.