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Pink Ranunculus

This item is sold by the bunch.

10 stems per bunch.

* 5 Day Advance Purchase Required *
Earliest delivery when ordered by 2PM ET today is Dec 19.

1 or more bunches $45.77 per bunch
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Bring your do-it-yourself wedding or event flowers to life with the ever-inspiring pink Ranunculus. This flower means “radiant with charm,” so it’s the perfect choice for any charming wedding, garden party, fundraiser or gala. The ultra-trendy Ranunculus — often seen gracing the pages of blogs and wedding magazines — is the perfect blossom to use as the centerpiece or main flower of your table arrangements, bridal bouquets and boutonnieres. Native to Asia, the Ranunculus features many layers of paper-thin petals with dark black centers that earned it the nickname “coyote eyes.”

Pink Ranunculus is one of our most popular wedding flowers. They look delightful in any whimsical, delicate or romantic bouquet or centerpiece. Because these flowers feature naturally curly stems, they may require the use of wire to get them to stand straight. These exquisite wholesale pink Ranunculus flowers from Blooms by the Box come in 10-stem bunches to get you started. Partner them with beautiful peonies, tulips, lisianthus and roses for a truly memorable arrangement! Color may vary.

Size: Blooms are 1-2" in width, stem length is 10"-12" long stems are very soft and hollow

Vase Life: 5-7 days depending on environmental conditions

Availability: All year round

Suggestions: They pair beautifully with peonies, tulips, lisianthus, and roses! They are also great for boutonniere's, a grooms top choice! You may need to wire them to get them to stand straight due to their naturally curly stems! Keep in mind, colors may vary.
Check out our YouTube video tutorials on:
How to Make a Romantic Ranunculus Centerpiece,
How to Make a Ranunculus Boutonniere, and
How to Make a Ranunculus, Hydrangea, and Garden Rose Bouquet!

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