Welcome to another floral friday!
This week I decided to feature another beautiful and colorful flower — the ranunculus. I paired it with a few branches of willow catkin.
I love the intense colors the ranunculus comes in and how robust, yet delicate, their round heads look with their great amount of petals.
A few facts about the ranunculus:
- the latin word ranunculus means “little frog”.
- blooming season is in spring.
- the ranunculus species, when eaten fresh, is poisonous to cattle and other livestock.
- their bulbs are cheaper than other bulbs and are very easy to plant.