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  • KateLind Hassan

    ranunculus -I would love a bouquet of yellow and white ranunculus (color palette?)

  • Ellen White

    My wedding flowers peonies & ranunculus!

  • Pam Murdock

    multicolor peonies and ranunculus bouquet-- took my breath away!!!

  • Laurie Gunn

    Would love to have fresh flowers every day from my home gardens.

  • Jennifer Bird

    colorful flowers.... Ranunculus I think, makes a gorgeous bridal bouquet!

  • Christine Quaintance

    Ranunculus are a beautiful flower. I want these in our garden

  • Kelly S

    Ever since I started looking at flowers for my wedding bouquet, I have admired ranunculus. I am trying my hand at growing some this year. I found some eyes on sale at our local nursery. So far, I think 6 of the 12 have started to send up leaves. Hope I get a few more plants to pop up and that they bloom. I planted them in several different locations around my garden and in different soils. Fingers crossed!

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