Ranunculus Amandine "Marshmallow"
Ranunculus Amandine "Marshmallow"
Ranunculus Amandine "Marshmallow"
Ranunculus Amandine "Marshmallow"
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Ranunculus Amandine "Marshmallow"

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This order includes dried ranunculus corms. A corm is similar to a bulb in that it stores all the nutrients and energy that the plant needs to grow.

Ranunculus flowers look almost too perfect to be real! The blossoms display layer upon layer of silky petals in bright colors. These exquisite, rose-like flowers of ranunculus are a staple in any flower shop or wedding bouquet. In regions with mild winters, buttercups can be planted in autumn for an early bloom in April. In colder regions, they can be planted in spring to ensure an early summer bloom.

Full, extremely large flower heads in blush-pink tones sit atop long, strong stems, making this an excellent cut flower. Blooming 1 to 2 weeks after most varieties, these tall, vigorous plants are more heat-tolerant than other ranunculus, extending the bloom window.

Bestselling Ranunculus ‘Marshmallow is the perfect shade of soft pink, an absolute staple for Weddings. This variety is bred to be slightly more heat tolerant, the flowers are huge blooming on long strong stems.

The Amandineline is of French origin; characterized by big flowers and strong stems, high productivity even in winter. Extremely versatile and a must-grow for wedding and event work.

  • Plant height: 45 - 60 cm
  • Bulb size: 3/5
  • Flowering period: May to July
  • Hardiness: not very hardy, keep the tubers in a cool and dry place over winter
  • Exposure: part sun, half-shade
  • Soil: light, rich, well-drained
  • pH: neutral
  • Use: bedding, porches and patios, window boxes, lawn borders, cut flowers

🔗 See all ranunculus here: https://terracegardenfrance.com/collections/ranunculus

👩‍🌾 CARE

In areas with mild winter temperatures (USDA zone 7 and above), corms can be planted in autumn and overwintered outdoors with protection from a low tunnel or frost cloth. In colder areas (USDA zone 6b and below), ranunculus must be grown in a minimally heated hoop house or planted out at the end of winter/early spring. Ranunculus will need frost protection throughout the winter and cannot tolerate freezing temperatures!

Autumn-started ranunculus corms generally will reach a taller height than spring-sewn ranunculus. When planted in the fall, they'll bloom from the end of March through April, usually finishing around the beginning of May.

Soak the corms for half a day before planting. Plant the claws pointing downwards at a depth of 5 cm from the surface of the soil, spacing them 15 to 20 cm apart, depending on the desired effect. They can be planted in containers or in the garden, and you can enjoy their beautiful blooms both indoors and out.

During the growing season, water regularly in hot and dry weather, letting the substrate dry between waterings. Add a special flowering plant fertilizer every two weeks during the flowering period.

Cut off spent flowers after blooming to induce the formation of new flowers. Do not cut the foliage.

🔗 For a detailed care guide, please visit: 
https://terracegardenfrance.com/blogs/caring-for-your-plants/how-to-grow-ranunculus