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The genus Ranunculus contains over 400 evergreen, semi-evergreen or deciduous, annual, perennial and aquatic species. They also have many forms and differing root types. Nearly all however, are hardy. Different Ranunculus species are known by the common names Buttercup, Crowfoot and Spearwort, amongst others. Terrestrial species are typically cultivated for their bowl-shaped, 'papery' flowers of many colours, and many grow from thick tubers or runners. Found across temperate climates and in a wide range of habitats, some species are considered invasive in certain locations.
How to propagate Buttercups
Division of the root in the spring or autumn.
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Other uses of Buttercups
Grown for their flowers that can be used for flower arranging. Wildlife and aquatic.
Deer Resistant Plants
Although never fully deer proof - they are less likely to eat these.Explore all