2 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Creeping Buttercup Overview
Also known as creeping buttercup, this perennial weed is usually found growing in lawns and moist soils where they can root themselves deeply. It is found mainly in shaded gardens and woodlands. It propagates through stolons that run across the ground. Very little of the seed produced is viable and it is often eaten by animals.
How to propagate Creeping Buttercup
Propagation is by seed when fresh.
Division of the root in the spring or autumn.
Special features of Creeping Buttercup
Other uses of Creeping Buttercup
Juice is poisonous if eaten.
Plants for Short Grass Areas