Prairie Buttercup (ranunculus rhomboideus) in bloom
Prairie Buttercup
Ranunculus rhomboideus
Buttercup family - Ranunculaceae

Growth habit: Low growing perennial

Height: up to 15 cm

Spread: Info coming soon

Bloom Time: April - May

Bloom Colour: Yellow

Light: Full sun

Moisture: Regular to moist

Soil: Average garden soil

Seeding: Requires cold stratification. Keep moist while germinating.

Landscape uses: Good addition to a rock garden. Suggested spacing 20 cm.

Interesting features: One of the first flowers to bloom in April, they are often in flower at the same time as the Prairie Crocus. Look for tiny shining buttercups peeking out from under the dead grass.

Natural habitat: Info coming soon

Ecology: Info coming soon