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Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. The cultivar 'Maché Cream' has fully double, rosebud-shaped, creamy white blooms. They appear in few-flowered clusters atop wiry, calf-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green. Plants go dormant...

Image of Ranunculus

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. The cultivar 'Maché Purple' has fully double, rosebud-shaped, violet-purple blooms. They appear in few-flowered clusters atop wiry, calf-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green. Plants go dormant...

Image of Ranunculus

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. The cultivar 'Maché Red' has fully double, rosebud-shaped, fiery red blooms. They appear in few-flowered clusters atop wiry, calf-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green. Plants go dormant after...

Image of Ranunculus

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. The cultivar 'Maché Rose' has fully double, rosebud-shaped, purplish-pink blooms. They appear in few-flowered clusters atop wiry, calf-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green. Plants go dormant...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. Selected for its dwarf habit as well as for its double, rosebud-shaped blooms, 'Magic Orange' bears few-flowered clusters of orange flowers atop shin-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green. Plants...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. Selected for its dwarf habit as well as for its double, rosebud-shaped blooms, 'Magic Red' bears few-flowered clusters of bright red flowers atop shin-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green....

Image of Ranunculus

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. Selected for its dwarf habit as well as for its double, rosebud-shaped blooms, 'Magic Rose' bears few-flowered clusters of rich purplish-pink flowers atop shin-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green....

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Ranunculus)

With their ruffled, colorful, pompon flowers, hybrid tuberous ranunculus are favorites as cut flowers, as border perennials where winter-hardy, and for seasonal bedding in cold-winter areas. Wizard series ranunculus - which come in many colors including bright red and orange, pastel yellow and pink, and white - have stout, compact stems which keep the large flowers from flopping.

Wizard ranunculus like sun and rich, well drained soil. Plant them in fall in mild climates for a spring display,...

Image of Ranunculus (MACHÉ SERIES) photo by: Goldsmith Seeds

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. Plants in the Maché Series have fully double, rosebud-shaped blooms in yellow, cream, pink, purple, or red. They appear in few-flowered clusters atop wiry, calf-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the season, are deeply lobed and bluish-green....

Image of Ranunculus (MAGIC SERIES) photo by: Goldsmith Seeds

Goldsmith Seeds

(Ranunculus)

First introduced to Europe from Turkey in the late sixteenth century, Persian buttercups and their hybrids are still popular in gardens and bouquets. These tender tuberous perennials bear showy pompon-flowers in late spring and early summer. Selected for their dwarf habit as well as for their double, rosebud-shaped blooms, plants in the Magic Series have red, pink, yellow, orange, or white flowers. The large blossoms perch atop shin-high stems. The leaves, which typically emerge very early in the...