Tecolote ranunculus were bred for the cut flower market. Their giant, 5" blossoms have lots of extra petals for an extra full look and they come in many beautiful new colors, including this lovely peach-pink. Each corm will produce a plant that yields many stems. Ranunculus are winter hardy in zones 8-11, where they should be planted in fall for early spring flowers. In colder zones, plant the corms in spring for summer blooms.
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