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Western Buttercup Long Blooming Field Flower, 1500 Seeds Per Packet

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Product Type Wildflower
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Yellow
Sunlight Exposure Partial Sun
Expected Planting Period Fall
USDA Hardiness Zone 4,5,6,7,8,9
Moisture Needs Regular Watering
Number of Seeds 1500

About this item

Western Buttercup is native between Alaska, western Washington, Oregon and California. Often, it can be found in woodland clearings, on grassy slopes, and in moist meadows, at elevations ranging from sea level to subalpine. Surprisingly adaptable, with moderate water supply it will retain its evergreen foliage color and prove itself to be a long blooming flower. Once established, it will typically reseed itself. The Western Buttercup is also commonly referred to as the Field Buttercup. Plant this flower in the fall for best results. Flowers native to the Northwest require cold weather to get them started. They take longer to grow out of the ground and some may take up to three years to fully establish themselves. All our seeds are Home Grown in the USA - Isla's Garden

  • Plant this flower in the fall for best results. Flowers native to the Northwest require cold weather to get them started. They take longer to grow out of the ground and some may take up to three years to fully establish themselves. This flower loves woodland clearings on grassy slopes or moist meadows.
  • Latin Name: Ranunculus occidentalis
  • Species Origin: US Native Wildflower
  • Type: Native Wildflowers
  • Life Cycle: Perennial
  • USDA Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Product Type Wildflower
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Yellow
Sunlight Exposure Partial Sun
Expected Planting Period Fall
USDA Hardiness Zone 4,5,6,7,8,9
Moisture Needs Regular Watering
Number of Seeds 1500

About this item

Western Buttercup is native between Alaska, western Washington, Oregon and California. Often, it can be found in woodland clearings, on grassy slopes, and in moist meadows, at elevations ranging from sea level to subalpine. Surprisingly adaptable, with moderate water supply it will retain its evergreen foliage color and prove itself to be a long blooming flower. Once established, it will typically reseed itself. The Western Buttercup is also commonly referred to as the Field Buttercup. Plant this flower in the fall for best results. Flowers native to the Northwest require cold weather to get them started. They take longer to grow out of the ground and some may take up to three years to fully establish themselves. All our seeds are Home Grown in the USA - Isla's Garden

  • Plant this flower in the fall for best results. Flowers native to the Northwest require cold weather to get them started. They take longer to grow out of the ground and some may take up to three years to fully establish themselves. This flower loves woodland clearings on grassy slopes or moist meadows.
  • Latin Name: Ranunculus occidentalis
  • Species Origin: US Native Wildflower
  • Type: Native Wildflowers
  • Life Cycle: Perennial
  • USDA Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9