Ranunculus, with their layered, crepe-like petals that explode in blooms of red, yellow, orange, white and pink, are cheery in the Fall and equally festive in the Spring 다운로드. The bright beauties spread their rainbow happiness in small pots on tables, as part of larger plant containers and along the front of home borders. They are also a favorite among Spring brides 다운로드.
Those available during bulb season in October and November are sold as dormant tubers, and grow into the beautiful, tall plants that make excellent cut flowers 다운로드. These start their lives right here in Southern California in the famous “Flower Fields’ of Carlsbad. When planting these “bulb” varieties, known as Tecolote ranunculus, in flower beds, it’s best to place them in the middle so other plants can conceal their shaggy bases 화산권마 다운로드.
In England, the common name for Ranunculus is “Buttercup,” apparently because of various legends linking it to dairy cows and butter 다운로드. There’s also supposed to be a Native American myth associated with the varieties that grow in the Pacific Northwest: Coyote was tossing his eyeballs in the air for fun, and either Eagle or Buzzard swooped by and took them 다운로드. So Coyote took Ranunculus to use as his new eyes. Hence, the common name in that region, “Coyote Eyes.”
via, my favorite nursery, Roger’s Gardens