Last fall was the very first time that I stumbled upon a beautiful variety of ranunculus called ‘Chamallow’. I was first intrigued by the interesting name, but even more so when told that it would be a good replacement for the ‘Marshmallow’ ranunculus – which was also quite difficult to find. At the end of October, I decided to order a small pack of ten ‘Chamallow’ ranunculus corms. I’m so glad that I did.
While the ‘Chamallow’ ranunculus are yet another pink ranunculus, I was very excited to see that most of the flowers opened in an insanely gorgeous soft pastel pink shade. Though there was a lot of variation in the color, as you can tell from the photos, this specific pink was one that I had been looking for! I’m so excited to try growing ‘Chamallow’ ranunculus again!
What do you think? Have you ever grown ‘Chamallow’ ranunculus before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!
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Those are beautiful! My classroom is decorated in hot pink; I think a bouquet of Charmallow would be a lovely touch.