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Ranunculus asiaticus Pink

Ranunculus asiaticus Pink

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Also known as the Persian buttercup, these bulbs will product pretty pink fully double flowers with tightly cl... read more

Also known as the Persian buttercup, these bulbs will product pretty pink fully double flowers with tightly clustered petals. Each stem produces one to several flowers. They will grow equally well in full sun or partial shade and make wonderful cut flowers.

Cutflowers Large flowers


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Ranunculus asiaticus Pink - 20 flower bulbs

Ranunculus asiaticus Pink - 20 flower bulbs A06230 - Ranunculus asiaticus Pink x 20

  • 20 flower bulbs
  • Delivered as tuber(s)
  • Bulb size 4/5
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Ranunculus asiaticus Pink

Also known as the Persian buttercup, these bulbs will product pretty pink fully double flowers with tightly clustered petals. Each stem produces one to several flowers. They will grow equally well in full sun or partial shade and make wonderful cut flowers.

Details Ranunculus asiaticus Pink

  • Blooms: June - July
  • Hardiness: -10 celsius
  • Hardy: Yes
  • Preferred soil: Well drained
  • Plant depth: 8 cm
  • Full grown height: 20 cm - 30 cm
  • Plant spacing: 10 cm
  • Plant location: Blue
  • Flower colour: Pink
  • Cutflowers
  • Large flowers
  • Dutch top quality with grow guarantee

How to take care of Ranunculus Pink

Soak the Ranunculus Pink tubers overnight in warm water. The Ranunculus Pink tubers should be planted 2 inches deep with the little ""fingers"" pointed downward and 2 "" apart in slightly acid well drained soil in a sunny sheltered spot in the garden.

Be careful not to break the little fingers as they are rather brittle. They grow best when the soil around the crown is dry but the roots are kept moist. Always water well after planting to stimulate growth.

Remove the faded flower heads as they appear as this helps to promote new growth. At the end of the summer the leaves will turn yellow and die back as Ranunculus Pink slips into dormancy. Foliage may be removed at this point.

Your Ranunculus Pink will rest for a few months before beginning the next growing cycle. Please note to survive harsh winters apply a mulch (straw or newspaper) over them to avoid any frost damage. Remove when all danger of frost has passed.

For planting in pots indoors: Plant 3 corms 1"" deep in a 6"" pot and give a little water to dampen the soil. Don't water the tubers again until you see shoots emerging unless it dries out completely, apply fertilizer when the Ranunculus Pink begins to bloom.

Place the pot in a full sun position. Ranunculus are happiest with about six to eight weeks of cool sprouting temperatures. They will also die back just the same as if you had planted them outdoors. Ranunculus Pink will take a rest for several months, during which time you must not water it.

Dig them up and store them in a cool, dark, dry location to replant next spring.

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