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Ranunculus - Tecolote Café

Ranunculus - Tecolote Café

Regular price $10.95
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Includes: 10 Ranunculus corms

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SKU: 33901-10

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Grown at the famous Carlsbad Flower Fields, most Tecolote Ranunculus shades are clear, bright and unfailingly cheerful. Café is a complex mix of gold, burnt orange and red, a blend of hypnotic visual complexity.

This gorgeous flower mixes well with other rich tones in the garden or nicely contrasts with lighter hues such as white or yellow. Extremely rare and hard to find!

Ranunculus are hardy outdoors in zones 8-11 (for fall planting) but are more than welcome in gardens of cooler regions. In zones 3-7, plant outside in April or May in containers or the garden for a seriously impressive display.

Second image via: @3porchfarm

Easy to Grow Features

  • Full sun
  • Hardy in Zones 8-11, plant in Fall. Everywhere else plant in Spring past frost as annual or overwinter.
  • 18 - 24 in. tall
  • A complex mix of terracotta, gold and smoke
  • Blooms in spring
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
    Fall or Spring
  • Plant Benefits
    Popular amongst cut flower growers and gardeners alike.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate with growth
  • Bloom Season
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun; Bright Direct Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 8-10

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

Hope they will be as pretty as the pictures

Donna Thomson
Beautiful, Warm Range of Colors

Because I was starting a cutting garden, I decided to expand my garden with flowers of colors I would not normally consider. Only a small area had previously been planted with deeper, warmer colors. Cafe seemed like an interesting choice, so I planted them in the Fall along with Red Ember, Dutch iris. The mixture is stunning, and creates a mood unlike any other floral choices I have tried. These are keepers and I plan on finding a chocolate colored New Zealand flax to use with them in bouquets.