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Beautiful red Persian Buttercup.
Known as Persian Buttercups, Ranunculus asiaticus is tuberous-rooted plant native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Plants have fine-cut foliage and produce vibrant flowers with fine papery petals that resemble poppies.
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Ranunculus asiaticus, Red is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Beautiful bloomsThese ranunculus tubers germinated well (about 85%) and had a long display of blooms. In the spring. They were started indoors in January and planted outside in March. We had blooms from mid-April to late May. The mid-April blooms had tighter flowers with more petals than the late-May blooms.
Date published: 2019-05-25
Rated 2 out of
Not as picturedOut of 20 tubers 14 has survived (raised bed, good soil, sunny spot, protection from the frost with burlap during the winter). I was so excited finally seeing the flowers in the spring. However, the outcome was far from my expectations. Flowers appear to be looking like poppies, I can easily count all the petals. They last for 5-6 days in the vase even if cut as half open buds— nothing compared to real ranunculus with countless petals. Please see the photos. It’s very different from the advertised picture.