Years ago, I went to visit my long-time friend in California (we went to school together from elementary through college). She knew I loved flowers so had a vase full of ranunculus by my bed and took me to flower fields where they grew.

Since then, I have had a thing for ranunculus. With tons of ruffle petals and a long vase life, they are one of the flowers that I was most excited to grow here on the farm. (I didn’t know they would grow so well in Texas!)
Years ago, I went to visit my long-time friend in California (we went to school together from elementary through college). She knew I loved flowers so had a vase full of ranunculus by my bed and took me to flower fields where they grew.

Since then, I have had a thing for ranunculus. With tons of ruffle petals and a long vase life, they are one of the flowers that I was most excited to grow here on the farm. (I didn’t know they would grow so well in Texas!)

Flower Facts

SEASON

spring

COLORS

red, orange, yellow, pink, salmon, white, green and a handful of multi-toned flowers

COMPANIONS

lamb’s ear, lemon balm, mint, anemone, daffodils, bells of Ireland, Larkspur, nigella, stock, bupleurum, or as a bunch in a vase

GALLERY

Be inspired with bouquets and arrangements that feature the Ranunculus

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