Tag: ranunculus

October 28, 2022
Canadian flower farmers I: Antonio Valente Flowers and Dahlia May

Main image: Dahlia May flower farm in Ontario All images from the respective websites in this post are reproduced with permission and remain copyright of the owner. If you're a gardener who likes cutting flowers for the house or for sharing with friends, you may have little interest in flower farms: after all, you grow […]

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October 21, 2022
Autumn planting: ranunculus and anemones

I dropped into the local GardenWorks the other day looking for cell seed trays. The place was full of pumpkins and Christmas decorations, but not a seed tray in sight. Now I love Christmas, and my heart admittedly beats a little faster when confronted by a bauble, but this is a garden centre, right, and […]

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June 22, 2022
Ranunculus Butterfly

Main image: Photo Adam Ross I’ve always been ambivalent when it comes to ranunculus. I love them as a cut flower, but not so much in the garden: I don't think they merge well with other plants, and mass plantings of ranunculus are too parks and gardens for my taste. Consequently, I’ve always grown them […]

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