A number of people don’t believe that using Ranunculus as wedding decorations or giving them to your loved ones has significance and a meaning attached to it. These flowers express that the individual is beaming and glowing and that you are amazed by their charisma.
Ranunculuses are famous for their multi petal blooms that actually look a lot like a ladies ball gown skirt. An idyllic choice for making wedding bouquets, hot pink ranunculuses are easy on the pocket and a reasonable choice as DIY wedding flowers for adding into boutonnieres and assorted flower arrangements. Available in many bright and attractive colors, our wholesale ranunculus flowers are priced to help you save on your wedding flower expenses. Buy our wholesale ranunculus and other fresh cut blossoms to take advantage of our free shipping directly from the fields for incomparable freshness.
The Ranunculus is also called as Ranuncul, Ranunculas, Persian or French Buttercup. They are available in white, hot pink, pink, purple, red, peach, cream peach orange, purple, yellow, chocolate, and burgundy. The estimated vase life is 10 to 14 days; their life depends largely on handling and care. One of the best things regarding these flowers is that they are obtainable throughout the year. Wholesale Ranunculus’s go up to a length of 10 to 16 inches. Whereas the bloom size varies from 1 to 2.25 inches in length, ranunculuses reaped during the spring (March to May) usually maintain a little larger bloom as compared to those which reap at other time of the year. Fresh cut Ranunculus’s are packed in ten stem bunches.
Ranunculus is a great choice for wedding flowers, boutonnieres, bridal bouquets, corsages, centerpieces and cake decorations. Wholesale Ranunculus look very well in bouquets and centerpieces when combined with roses, calla lilies, chrysanthemums and gerberas.
Once you receive your order of Ranunculus make sure to unpack them carefully. They need to be hydrated upon receiving. Put your flowers in filtered, warm water. Cautiously eliminate any wilted leaves that may fall into water later on this also helps in preventing the growth of bacteria. Cut ½ to 1 inch off the end of the stem at 45-degree angle (use a sharp knife don’t use scissors) to let the water get better absorbed by the stems. After cutting quickly put the flowers in water as it only takes a few minutes for the stems to dry and get sealed up. Keep the ranunculus flowers in a cool, shaded moderately humid area (preferably under 45F). Don’t place the flowers near hot surfaces or warm environment. Avoid keeping them in the refrigerator during the night because ethylene gas from fruits and vegetables can kill or wilt the flowers.
If the instructions on how to take care of your Ranunculus’s are followed carefully then you will certainly have fine-looking fresh flowers for your all your floral arrangements and wedding decorations.