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does anyone grow ranunculus? 
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Post Re: does anyone grow ranunculus?
No I don't do either of those things. Some are in pots on the verandah or pots in the garden beds, some are in the ground. I've also got some of my mums old fashioned fresias too that spread like wildfire at her place 10 mins away, but I'm lucky to get half a dozen come back up each year.....guess I'm either blessed or cursed :scratch considering I love the smell of them so much I think it's the later.

I'll keep a close watch on the flower heads at the end of flowering and see what happens.
Here's a close up of the blue ixias
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And a shot I took of the californian poppies, they were starting to close for the evening.
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Wed Oct 12, 2011 1:49 pm
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Post Re: does anyone grow ranunculus?
The ixias are lovely. The poppy leaves look a lot greener than mine tho. Perhaps my stuff is prolific in reproducing because it's not as well cared for as yours :lol:

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They do look quite green in the photo, but are definately leaning towards that soft grey colour in reality. Those are just two of the plants that have popped up in the rock/japanese garden bed, they're not meant to be there. They're the only thing that does seem to be prolific in spreading seed in my garden.

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