Ranunculus aquatilis (hederaceus)


    Ivy leaved crowfoot

Trailing stems just below the water surface bearing a profusion of delightful little white flowers and tiny geranium-shaped leaves above.


Ranunculus aquatilis (hederaceus) is very pretty addition to any pond and a useful oxygenating plant. There are two leaf forms, a floating geranium-like leaf that accompanies flowering and submerged, fern-like foliage.

Top tip:- Best planted in with a marginal plant from where the stems can trail into the pond. It will also grow happily in slow moving water.

Flowers:- May/June.

Planting depth:-  05cm – 30cm

Bunches:- Minimum of 6 strands per bunch