The ranunculus comes all the way from central Asia originally. By a roundabout route the flower finally ended up in Europe, where it was given its official name: Ranunculus. This is the Latin word for frog – not so strange if you bear in mind that in the wild the ranunculus occurs in swampy areas. The ranunculus comes in white, yellow, orange, pink, red and purple. Its petals open one by one, so you can slowly look deep into its good heart.
Did you know that the ranunculus symbolises charm? If you gave someone a bunch of ranunculus in Victorian times, you were saying: “I feel you have many charms.” Those were the days eh? But you can be sure that nowadays you can still make people happy with a colourful bunch of ranunculus. Grower of this product: Andre Knoppert & Zn.
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|–||Make sure that the vase is nice and clean, fill it with water and use cut flower food.|
|–||Regularly top the vase up with tap water.|
|–||Keep moderately damp. Don’t place in a draught, above the radiator or in full sun.|