Add a sweet, romantic touch to arrangements with Pink Ranunculus Flowers. This attractive, cup-shaped bloom features hundreds of soft, paper-thin petals swirling outwards from a tight, ball-like center. The petals range from a blush hue to cotton candy pink, making it perfect for feminine, garden-inspired arrangements. Pair with blooms like candy pink amaryllis flowers, premium soft purple lilac flowers, lavender bulk wax flowers, and Victorian lacey leather greenery.
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Flower Bloom Size: .25 to 0.5 inch small flowers that comprise ~4 inch bloom.
Stem Length: 30 inches
Each stem has a minimum of 1 bloom; some stems may have more than one bloom.
Ranunculus may come in with distinctive green centers; as the flower opens this center color will fade out.
Ranunculus flowers are shipped with 10 stems per bunch
Pink Ranunculus tones highlight Malibu Barbie, soft pink to classic pink hues.
Bloom size will range from 1 to 3 inches in diameter.
Bloom type is a cup bloom that is a three-dimensional type flower.
Ranunculus’s are top heavy flowers and stems have a natural tendency to bend. In order to achieve an upright straight stem, you might need to wire the stem.
Expected vase life is an average minimum of 5 days.
Ranunculus is a cousin flower to the peony and anemones.
Since flowers are a product of Mother Nature and due to variation in monitor resolutions, the exact color tones of this flower may vary to some degree.
Package contents and prices are based on availability and are subject to change due to weather and market conditions.
When your boxes arrive, it is important that you get your flowers in water as quickly as possible. Open your boxes and remove any protective packaging, such as foam or paper.
Inspect your flowers.*
Gather buckets or containers to hold the flowers. Ensure your buckets or containers are very clean. We recommend rinsing them with warm water.
Fill the containers with at least 4 inches of fresh, cold water. If flower food is available, follow the package directions for adding it to the water.
Cut any straps and remove flowers from the box. Remove any rubber bands or plastic sleeves securing flower bunches together.
Remove any foliage that would fall below the waterline. Leaves below the waterline may cause bacteria to form, shortening the life of your flowers.
Using sharp flower shears or scissors, cut stems diagonally under cool, running water. Cut about an inch off of each stem.
Immediately after cutting the stem, place the flower in the prepared water.
Ensure that you have sufficient room in each bucket for the amount of stems you will be storing. Do not overcrowd your containers. Overcrowding may damage stems and blooms and effect the blooming process.
Allow flowers at least 4 hours to hydrate, flowers may take up to 12 hours to properly hydrate. Periodically check the water levels, flowers drink a lot of water when they first arrive and the water may need to be refilled.
Keep flowers away from direct sunlight, drafts or extreme temperatures. Flowers should be stored in a cool, dry area until ready to use.
Change water every 24 hours to keep flowers fresh.