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.

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 Asiaticus White; Hardy, perennial. Thrives in sun or shade with moist but well-drained soil. A good choice for borders, pots and containers.

Ranunculus Asiaticus White; Hardy, perennial. Thrives in sun or shade with moist but well-drained soil. A good choice for borders, pots and containers.

A Bunch for the Weekend-# 65-Pink Ranunculus and Eucalyptus-Ingrid Henningsson-Of Spring and Summer

A Bunch for the Weekend-# 65-Pink Ranunculus and Eucalyptus-Ingrid Henningsson-Of Spring and Summer

Ranunculus are one of my favorite flowers and one of the more difficult to force bloom since the plant relies on ants to eat away at the first layer of the flower before it can bloom

Ranunculus are one of my favorite flowers and one of the more difficult to force bloom since the plant relies on ants to eat away at the first layer of the flower before it can bloom

A One-To-One with @sarahwinward  - Road Trip Pt 2 || Sarah's bouquet || hellebore || fritillaria || lilac || ranunculus || campanula // photo by @chikaeoh

A One-To-One with @sarahwinward - Road Trip Pt 2 || Sarah's bouquet || hellebore || fritillaria || lilac || ranunculus || campanula // photo by @chikaeoh

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