When it comes to choosing your wedding flowers, there's a lot to learn. Every Tuesday, we'll feature all you need to know about an in-season flower. From colors and care to costs and all sorts of wedding floral design inspiration, we're your "best bud."
This week's featured flower is the ranunculus.
Flower name: Ranunculus (Scientific name: Ranunculus)
In season: Winter and spring
Colors available: White, pink, peach, red, orange, and yellow
Care: The stems of ranunculus plants are usually weak, so exercise caution while arranging. Once cut, place ranunculus in a vase with warm water and plant food. The vase life of ranunculus is usually short (4 to 5 days) so make sure to replenish water daily.
Fun fact: We love that these playful blooms signify charm and wit! But beware: ranunculus are poisonous, so keep your furry friends away.
Average wholesale cost: Around $2.50 a stem.
Why we love: These bold and colorful flowers always put us in a good mood. We also love how elegant white ranunculus can be for your wedding! Our favorite ranunculus wedding bouquet? A mix of white ranunculus, garden roses, anemones, and jasmine vine.
Want to see more ranunculus? Check out the ranunculus wedding bouquet and centerpiece inspiration below!