Up close and personal: Ranunculus

These flowers with their round shape and endless petals can perk up any room. When they arrive, your blooms will be fairly closed but once they have some fresh water, they’re quick to open and dazzle with their charm and beauty! If you can’t decide on a color, now you don’t have to.


Ranunculus: Stem Care

Snip stems and change the water every day if possible. These stems do clog easily but with just a bit of attention, they can last for several weeks. These flowers arrive fairly closed but once they have some fresh water, they’re quick to open. Ranunculus have hollow stems and are susceptible to bending and crushing. Cut the bottom of the stems at a diagonal 1-2 inches with sharp shears and remove all foliage that will be in the water and place them in water for hydration. For longevity of the blooms re-cut and change the water every 2-3 days. Do you have any more questions about Ranunculus? Write us for more information



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