Ranunculus acris – ‘Citrinus’
Ranunculus acris – ‘Citrinus’ Meadow buttercup
This refined version of our native meadow cup produces clouds of shimmering pale lemon flowers which look as if they are floating because of the fine branching stems. It is not an invasive plant but behaves more like a geum forming tidy clumps of foliage which gradually increase in size. It is a valuable accent flower for late spring/early summer, it’s shiny petals create little flecks of light scattered through an arrangement.
Plant type: perennial
Site: full sun and moist soil
Sown to grown: sow in the autumn for flowers the following year.
Min. seeds per packet: 50 seeds
Growing tips: Cut back after flowering to encourage a second flush of blooms. It will self seed generously if allowed.
Harvesting/Arranging tips: It looks most at home when used in a meadow-style arrangement with early summer hardy annuals like Orlaya, Corncockle, Briza, Cornflowers and Icelandic Poppies.
Vase life: 7 days
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