I first began growing ‘Lemon Pastel’ ranunculus corms two seasons ago, when I had made a small bulb order from the Floret website. While various shades of yellow flowers have never been my favorite, I couldn’t help but notice the outstanding shades of peach and salmon within this ranunculus mix. Still, ‘Lemon Pastel’ ranunculus never seem to disappoint.
The photo above does quite a good job at showing each of the different colors that are common within this mix. Overall, the distribution of colors seems to be very balanced. The yellow shades are often tinted or edged with coral or red tones, while the peachy flowers are more multi-dimensional.
Like most of the ranunculus within the Amandine series, ‘Lemon Pastel’ ranunculus are exceptionally double. This makes them an absolutely stunning addition to the early spring cut flower garden. Have you ever grown ‘Lemon Pastel’ ranunculus before? What did you think? I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!