Ranunculus for Valentine’s Day

Flowers are a marvellous way to let someone know you care about them. Particularly if you use flowers that celebrate love, such as ranunculus. You should definitely use this one in your Valentine’s bouquet. It will be more than just beautiful!

Almost Valentine’s Day, so love is in the air! A romantic bouquet for your loved one is the perfect gift. Don’t forget to use Ranunculus! We will tell you a bit more about this beautiful flower.

Charmer

Ranunculus symbolises charm. In the past a bunch of ranunculus was a way of saying: “I am dazzled by your charms.” The colourful ranunculus is still a fabulous flower for celebrating love.

The flower Ranunculus is an (early) spring flower that emerges from the cold soil. The greenhuse is simply kept frost-free. It’s hard to believe that such a small bud can develop into such an imposing spring flower. Ranunculus never ceases to amaze!

Did you know…?

♥ Ranunculus means ‘little frog’.
♥ The bulbs are called corms.
♥ Ranunculus is related to the buttercup.
♥ Ranunculus are big drinkers!

Ranunculus on Valentine’s Day

Ranunculus can’t be missing on Valentine’s Day. Give a beautiful bouquet or decorate the dining table with flowers. Easy: you just scatter individual petals over the table and you’ll have a feeling of luxury. Besides, food tastes even better on a beautifully laid table.

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