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Ranunculus Part 1

Jan 24, 2011

Where do we start with ranunculus? I know it’s a favorite of so many…myself included. I guess we should start with some of my favorite images of the blooms…artistically captured by some amazing photographers…

tumblr_kys6n6zWGV1qb3edao1_500 pretty little flower image via Pretty Little Flower

3238148500_f7efa2acc3 inspiration photographyimage via Gabrielle Loves

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4011874787_1198b5629b inspiration   Photographyimage via Gabrielle Loves

4095661492_2c12a65c0e inpiration   photographyimage via Gabrielle Loves

IMG_0359 concretehoneyimage via Concrete and Honey

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inspiration   photography elenaimage via Gabrielle Loves

2464878_YQJex8JX_c pinterest…my personal favorite…

image via Pinterest

Nothing is more beautiful to me than a monobotanical bouquet of ranunculus… simple, fun, and romantic…

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bridal-bouquet-orange-ranunculus-camp-colton-francoise-weeksimage via Francoise Weeks

ranuculus quatre coeurimage via Quatre Coeur

 tumblr_kzdybuaZsM1qzpfcio1_500 it's mary ruffle via ashlee raubach via house of turqoiuseimage via It’s Mary Ruffle and House of Turquoise

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IMG_0376 concretehoneyimage via Concrete and Honey

How many ranunculus lovers do we having reading the Brouhaha today?

Join me tomorrow and we’ll see how ranunculus can add charm to mixed bouquets…

Hope you all had a great weekend (Jenny N…hope you’re feeling better). I’m looking forward to another week of sharing flowers with my blogging friends!

On a side note: if you love turquoise, you have to check out House of Turquoise! It’ll make you giddy…




  1. ~My Fleur Journey~

    January 24th, 2011 at 10:54 am

    I do think ranunculus are awfully sweet, but I am really frustrated with them!! Wanna ask you experienced florists out there, what is the proper way to condition them? I had such a hard time getting them to open to its full as the stems bent after 1 or 2days for some reason, so usually I only manage to keep 5 or 6 out of 10 stems ‘alive’.. any advice much appreciated!!

  2. Jenny N

    January 24th, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    aww…thanks for the shout-out. I am feeling a little better. It really knocked me out though! Love, love, love ranunculus.

  3. Nicola

    January 24th, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    I love love love ranunculus!! When my niece was born I gave her, well and her mom, a whole multicoloured bouquet of them.

  4. Stacie

    January 24th, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    Nothing says Spring like Ranunculus (and don’t we all wish we could be as photogenic ;-). Thank you for giving us hope that sunshine and green grass are just around the corner!

  5. Kit

    January 24th, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    I love them all! The yellow is my favorite (how/when did yellow become my favorite color??)

  6. Beth

    January 25th, 2011 at 2:52 pm



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