Ranunculus 'Picotee Café'
Ranunculus 'Picotee Café'

Ranunculus 'Picotee Café'

Ranunculus 'Picotee Café'

10 bulbs — £5.31

Order today, receive in May/early June
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Orders placed before 1 March 2024
You can expect your order in March 2024

Orders placed 1 March - 15 April 2024
You can expect your order in March/April 2024

Orders placed 16 April - 15 May 2024
You can expect your order within 10 business days

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If you fancy something new, and a little unusual or ‘off-beat’, then look no further. The ruffled petals of these beautiful brown Persian buttercups have neatly frilled edges, and the large, double blooms come in gorgeous shades of orange, gold, bronze, terracotta, coffee and chocolate. Ranunculus 'Picotee Café's stems are around 30cm high, so are ideal for planting at the front of the border, or in containers. There are many forms of garden ranunculus, but these were originally bred for the cut-flower trade, meaning that the blooms are larger than normal – some 12.5cm across!


Ranunculus 'Picotee Café' make a stunning show from June to August, but you can stagger planting for a longer season of colour. Each tuber yields multiple flowers. Having been raised for the cut flower market, of course these flowers last well in vases, for up to two weeks if the water is changed regularly. This ranunculus strain was bred in Israel, so if the tubers are kept outside over winter in UK gardens, they will benefit from some winter protection.

Key features

  • Good for cutting

  • Perfect for pots

  • Thrives well in full sun

  • Packed in paper bags

  • May need winter cover

Specs & details

  • Botanical name

    Ranunculus asiaticus 'Aviv Picotee Café' (Aviv Series)

  • Flower colour

    Red, orange, copper

  • Bulb size


  • Established height


  • Established spread


  • Plant spacing

    90 bulbs per m2

  • Leaf colour


  • Habit


  • Life cycle

    Short-lived perennial

  • Hardiness

    Half hardy

  • Years to establish

    1st year

  • Sunlight

    Full sun
    Partial shade

  • Position


  • Suitable for

    Large containers
    Gravel gardens
    Cottage gardens
    Cut flower gardens

  • Soil acidity


  • Soil moisture

    Free draining

  • Soil type

    Multipurpose compost

  • Growing skill

    Easy to grow

  • Scented


  • Pollinator-friendly


  • Mouse resistant


  • Rabbit resistant


  • Deer resistant


  • Toxicity

    No report

Plant calendar

  • Planting
  • Flowering

Useful information

    • Plant your Ranunculus 'Picotee Café' bulbs as soon as they arrive in autumn or spring

    • Plant in borders or containers in a sheltered position

    • Soak the bulbs in water for 2-3 hours prior to planting

    • Plant the bulbs 3-5cm deep

    • Space the bulbs 5-10cm apart

    • Place the Ranunculus 'Picotee Café' bulbs with the claws facing downwards

    Read all Ranunculus planting & care instructions

  • Orders placed before 1 March 2024
    You can expect your order in March 2024

    Orders placed 1 March - 15 April 2024
    You can expect your order in April 2024

    Orders placed 16 April - 15 May 2024
    You can expect your order within 10 business days

Planting Ranunculus

Ranunculus are half hardy—for best results, it's a good idea to start them off in pots and then transplant out into their final positions from mid spring. They're particularly well suited to growing in patio containers, but also do very well at the front of a mixed flower border!

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