Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange'
Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange'

Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange'

Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange'

10 bulbs — £5.90

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Orders placed before 1 September 2022
You can expect your order in September 2022

Orders placed 1 September - 15 October 2022
You can expect your order in October 2022

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Description

It’s all about going with the glow when you plant such a zingy number as Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange'. A bloom packed with so many petals will always catch your eye, when they’re in radiant shades of orange-red to yellow you absolutely can’t miss them. This brazen beauty positively flares with fearless luminosity, yet it does so in a way that’s incredibly gentle on the eye. The flowers open from tight red buds, gradually unfurling to reveal yellow and apricot shades, each petal with a red ripple on the outer edge!

If you’re into growing your own cut flowers to use in arrangements, a big bunch of Ranunculus asiaticus 'Aviv Picotee Orange' works a treat, dishing out a ready-made boho blend of red hot colour tones. Their long stems and impressive vase life make them all the more ideal for the job. In the garden, you can really make them pop by combining them with flowers in shades of dark purple or blue.

Key features

  • Good for cutting

  • Perfect for pots

  • Packed in paper bags

  • May need winter cover

Specs & details

  • Botanical name

    Ranunculus asiaticus 'Aviv Picotee Orange' (Aviv Series)

  • Flower colour

    Red, orange, copper

  • Leaf colour

    Green

  • Bulb size

    7/+

  • Established height

    20-30cm

  • Established spread

    10-20cm

  • Plant spacing

    90 bulbs per m2

  • Habit

    Upright

  • Life cycle

    Short-lived perennial

  • Hardiness

    Half hardy

  • Years to establish

    1st year

  • Sunlight

    Full sun
    Partial shade

  • Position

    Sheltered

  • Suitable for

    Pots
    Large containers
    Borders
    Gravel gardens
    Cottage gardens
    Cut flower gardens

  • Soil acidity

    Any

  • Soil moisture

    Free draining

  • Soil type

    Loam
    Sandy
    Multipurpose compost

  • Growing skill

    Easy to grow

  • Scented

    No

  • Pollinator-friendly

    No

  • Mouse resistant

    No

  • Rabbit resistant

    No

  • Deer resistant

    No

  • Toxicity

    No report

Plant calendar

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  • Planting
  • Flowering

Other information

    • Plant your Ranunculus 'Picotee Orange' 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 Orange' bulbs with the claws facing downwards

    Read all Ranunculus planting & care instructions

  • Orders placed before 1 September 2022
    You can expect your order in September 2022

    Orders placed 1 September - 15 October 2022
    You can expect your order in October 2022

    Orders placed 16 October - 15 December 2022
    You can expect your order within 10 business days

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