The ranunculus is available in different colors, including white, yellow, orange, pink, red and purple. Her petals open gradually, making the beautiful heart of the flower more and more visible.
The ranunculus symbolizes charm and attractiveness. In Victorian times, giving a bunch of ranunculus meant "rich in attractiveness". To this day, giving a colorful bunch of ranunculus remains a popular way to make someone happy.
The ranunculus originally comes from Central Asia and, after many wanderings, also ended up in Europe. Here she got her official Latin name "Ranunculus", which means "little frog". This can be explained by the fact that the ranunculus occurs in marshy areas, just like frogs.
To ensure that your ranunculus will continue to bloom for a long time, it is important to take the following steps: