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  • Ranunculus, Mixed Colour Ranunculus, Ranunculus mixed colours, cottage garden plants, Spring Bulbs, Spring flowering Bulbs,
  • Ranunculus, Mixed Colour Ranunculus, Ranunculus mixed colours, cottage garden plants, Spring Bulbs, Spring flowering Bulbs,
  • Ranunculus, Mixed Colour Ranunculus, Ranunculus mixed colours, cottage garden plants, Spring Bulbs, Spring flowering Bulbs,
  • Ranunculus, Mixed Colour Ranunculus, Ranunculus mixed colours, cottage garden plants, Spring Bulbs, Spring flowering Bulbs,
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The Irish Gardener Store

Ranunculus

Regular price €1,99 EUR
Regular price €2,99 EUR Sale price €1,99 EUR
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Ranunculus are an old fashioned, cottage garden favourite

These Ranunculus are supplied in mixed colours and  in packets of 5

Ranunculus Bulbs:

  • Flowering each year beginning in late February/Early March, Ranunculus are perfect for growing in bulb drifts or pots.
  • If you would like to create an area of colour in your lawn then these Ranunculus are the ones for you as they are perfect for naturalizing
  • Alternatively grow them in a pot near your house as the sight of a pot full of mixed Ranunculus can't help but lift the spirits and bring a smile to your face during early spring
  • Plant 5cm deep and 10cm or more apart
  • Stagger the planting over a few weeks if you want to and this will result in the blooms opening up over a longer period in the spring
  • Mixed Ranunculus can be successfully planted right in to January
  • Size of Bulb 9cm and bigger

 

  • All Pre- Season Orders (Bulbs and Flower Seeds) will be delivered when they arrive in stock. Please note that this is expected to be during September/October
  •  All my Spring Flowering Bulbs come from suppliers whose flower bulbs I have been planting in gardens for over 10 years and each year the quality is superb.
  • Stagger the planting over a few weeks in the autumn and winter if you want to and this will result in the blooms opening up over a longer period in the spring