Lesser Celandine in the green (Ranunculus ficaria)

Ficaria verna P Heart shaped dark green leaves, glossy yellow flowers. 5-15 cm March-May. Dispatched freshly lifted, when the bulbs are in active growth in the spring.

(Also available in the Autumn -Here)

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Another latin name Ficaria Verna also known as Pilewort, it prefers bare damp ground it is a perennial plant growing is woodlands and some open areas – hedgerows and shady areas, Flowers in March-May with bright yellow flowers.

Lesser Celandine will thrive in shade, partial shade or areas on shady banks. They don’t do well where sites are grazed or mown often.

Plant about 4-5 cm soil above the bulb is and try to be in an area that is going to be left undisturbed also Choose a site which will remain damp during the summer as if the soil does dry out, the plant may not have sufficient moisture to build up the bulbils for flowering the following year.


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