The Marshmallow Ranunculus definitely looks good enough to eat! Its big fluffy petals
and oversized flower heads sit atop strong stems that can be cut for long lasting bouquets.
The layers of pink in these blooms is unreal: the faintest light pink, a slightly brighter rosy pink, and a stunning watermelon pink all work together like magic. And the scent is as sweet as you would imagine.
How To Plant:
Sow indoors March-June. When large enough to handle transplant, grow the seedlings outdoors 10-20cm apart in a sunny location with good air flow. Well-drained and
20x seeds in a pack.