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Ranunculus acris Overview
This is a clump-forming perennial with wiry stems and lobed leaves. The flowers bloom in panicles of saucer-shaped, bright yellow flowers they will appear in mid-summer. It grows about 20 to 90cm in height. This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe.
Common problems with Ranunculus acris
How to propagate Ranunculus acris
Propagation is by seed when fresh.
Division of the root in the spring or autumn.
Other uses of Ranunculus acris
Wildflower/meadow. Juice is poisonous if eaten.