Lesser celandine


The small bright yellow star-like flowers of Lesser celandine are a lovely addition to a woodland or hedgerow in Spring. It is a low-growing plant with glossy green, heart-shaped leaves, and once it spreads can produce a carpet of yellow through the woodland or hedgerow. Flowering in March – April this little wildflower adds an early burst of colour to any garden.

Ranunculus ficaria
Sun or part shade
Height : 25cm
Flowers: March-April
This is a good source of nectar : 



Wildlife attracted:
The flowers of the Lesser celandine are an early source of nectar
Other features:
It is actually a member of the Buttercup family. The lovely flowers tend to open in the sunshine.

To bring more wildlife to your garden, especially in the Winter months why not add a wild bird feeder to your basket

Additional information


9cm pot

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