Ranunculus

Ranunculus is also called the rose of spring. The marshmallow-like soft and full flowers are very popular cut flowers. These delicate bloomers need a little extra protection from cold temperatures. But if properly cared for, the plants will produce an abundance of lush, textural flowers during the second half of spring. Once you have these, homegrown, ranunculus in full bloom you will be in love with them for the rest of your life.

Our Favorites

We love all Ranunculus but there are always some that stand out.
Nicole is a big fan of Ice Cream Dip, Raymond loves Lemon.
But we both fell in love with the Cotton Candy.

Cotton Candy

The marshmallow-like soft and full flowers are very popular cut flowers. Once you have these, homegrown, ranunculus in full bloom you will be in love with them for the rest of your life.

Ice Cream Dip

The Ice Cream dip Ranunculus flowers all vary and no two plants will be the same. Some flowers will be more white while others are more soft pink.

Lemon

The Lemon Ranunculus is just what you’d expect from lemons. A faded yellow colour that works all so well in your bouquets. “When life gives you lemons.. You make Bouquets!”

Grow Guide

After your purchase, you can choose to join our ranunculus grow-along via e-mail. Together we will grow our ranuncs step-by-step with detailed videos and pictures. Via an e-mail, you can sign up for free.

Why are Ranunculus so special?

Spring Rose.

Ranunculus are blooming in spring, when the summer flowers are merely plants, ranunculus are already in full bloom. The joyful big and fluffy flowers fill the garden with head-turning flowers. We had neighbors stop and take pictures of these flowers in our front garden!

Is my climate suitable for ranunculus?

almost anyone situated in Europe (where we ship to) can grow ranunculus. As long as you keep in mind that ranunculus thrives in cooler weather. To grow them you need a period in winter with cooler weather. If your spring is relatively warm and 25 degrees Celsius is not uncommon you have to start the ranunculus in the fall. If you live in a climate similar to The Netherlands you can grow them undercover in the fall, or start them late winter, around February to plant out in March or April.

Extended blooming season.

Ranunculus already bloom 90 days after planting them, rather fast for a plant that gives so many big flowers. If planted in succession you can enjoy these flowers from the beginning of spring until summer arrives. The entire spring you will be able to cut endless amounts of these beautiful big flowers that normally are rather expensive at the florist.

Ranunculus grow-along.

To enjoy our flowers together we will share our experience and joy for growing ranunculi with you! With detailed information, videos and pictures we will grow our ranunculus together. You can join via email and it is completely free for you to enjoy.

Not difficult to grow.

Ranunculus sometimes has a bad name for being difficult to grow. And yes, if you compare ranunculus with tulip bulbs they need a bit more care. An endless field of tulips is grown in The Netherlands because they thrive in the Dutch climate. Ranunculus are grown in fields and greenhouses in for example Italy, where winters are milder and less rainy. But with a bit of protection and help, you can grow ranunculi with success. Therefore you can become part of the grow-along