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Ranunculus Half Clone Juliette Corms- Ships Sept 2024 for Fall Planting - Large Corms

Ranunculus Half Clone Juliette Corms- Ships Sept 2024 for Fall Planting - Large Corms

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You will receive 10 large corms, size 5-6 cm packaged and ready to plant or store. 
Zones 7 and Below (Cold winters) 
Ranunculus corms are typically planted in the early spring or late winter, depending on your climate. They prefer cool temperatures and will bloom in the spring. Here are some general guidelines for planting ranunculus corms:

Timing: Plant ranunculus corms after the last frost date in your area. They thrive in cooler weather and can tolerate a light frost.

Soil: Choose a well-draining soil with good organic content. Ranunculus prefer soil that is slightly acidic to neutral (pH 6.0-7.0).

Location: Select a sunny spot for planting, as ranunculus plants need full sun to bloom well.

Planting Depth: Plant the corms about 2 inches deep with the claw-like side facing down. Space them about 4-6 inches apart.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged during the growing season, especially when the plants are actively growing and flowering.

Care: Once planted, provide regular watering and monitor for pests or diseases. Ranunculus plants benefit from a balanced fertilizer applied according to package instructions during the growing season.

Zones 8 and above (mild winters)
Ranunculus corms are typically planted in the fall in USDA hardiness zones 8-11. These zones generally have mild winters and moderate climates, which allow for successful fall planting of ranunculus corms. Here's a breakdown of what each zone entails:

Zone 8: This zone experiences mild winters with occasional freezing temperatures. Ranunculus corms can be planted in the fall before the first frost date.

Zone 9: Similar to Zone 8, Zone 9 has mild winters and warm summers. Ranunculus corms can be planted in the fall before the first frost date.

Zone 10: Zone 10 has very mild winters with no frost or only occasional light frost. Ranunculus corms can be planted in the fall.

Zone 11: This zone experiences very warm winters with no frost. Ranunculus corms can be planted in the fall.

In these zones, planting ranunculus corms in the fall allows them to establish roots during the cooler months and bloom in the spring. It's important to plant them early enough in the fall so they have time to settle in and develop roots before the weather gets too cold. Ranunculus prefer cooler temperatures for root development, which makes fall planting advantageous in these warmer zones.

For areas outside of these zones where winters are colder and more severe, it's generally recommended to plant ranunculus corms in the spring after the danger of frost has passed, as they may not survive the winter cold if planted in the fall.

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