This ranunculus is the largest member of the buttercup family, with tall stems, large leaves and big, yellow, buttercup flowers.
Top tip: Grow in with iris pseudacorus to extend the green/yellow springtime display. Plant into a large crate to avoid it being blown over.
Propagation: Produces very little root and grows from a bulbous rhizome that produces shoots that can be cut off together with part of the rhizome and potted on.
Depth of water over the soil: 05-25cm
Planting: Plant into 10lt planting crate using heavy garden loam or Westland Aquatic compost.