Bulbs will come dehydrated, to hydrate prior to planting soak in water for 4-12hours prior to planting.
Directions for planting in your zone: Tecolote Ranunculus in Zones 8 to 10 After you've planted your Tecolote Ranunculus, your work is almost done. Make sure your Tecolote Ranunculus has adequate drainage and full sun. During the growing season, keep the soil moist but don't over-water. Ranunculus are prone to root rot. Your Tecolote Ranunculus will produce new shoots in the autumn and grow throughout the winter. In the spring, to encourage more blooms, trim back spent flowers or cut while in full bloom. Tecoloate Ranunculus makes a wonderful cut flower for your bouquets.
Feed Ranunculus with a water-soluble fertilizer every other week while the plant is flowering. Tecolote Ranunculus Zones 3 - 7 Plant your Tecolate Ranunculus tuber in pots filled with well-drained, organic soil in early February. Place the pots in a south-facing window or under grow lights. The ideal temperature is 55 degrees F. In early spring, leave your Ranunculus outside for a short time every day to acclimate the plant to outside growing conditions. Bring the pot inside every night or your plant may die. Plant the Ranunculus in your garden in mid-April or when day-time temperatures reach 60 degrees F. Your plant should bloom in June or July. Tecolote Ranunculus have extensive root systems; leaving the plant in a pot is not recommended. Once the flowers of your Tecolote Ranunculus have faded, let the foliage dry out. Lift the tubers, cut off any remaining stems and store in a cool, dry location for planting next year.
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