The ranunculus is quickly becoming a favorite flower to everyone, (I know it's one of mine), and it's easy to see why.
They are available most of the year, but are at their best from January to May. If you're looking for them during the hottest summer months, July-September, you may run into some difficulty getting your hands on anything good. Last year I know all the South American crops were blooming far too small for most bouquet work, just giving us more reason to source from our local farmers, right?
So, like all flowers, it can sometimes be tricky to acquire those picture-perfect blooms we always see on Pinterest and Instagram. But when we do, it is oh-so worth it!
image Park Floral Design
image Bloom Bloom
image Shannon Von Eschen
image Bella Fiori
image Chanel Rose
image Mary Ruffle and House of Turquoise
image Quatre Coeur