- Flower nameRanunculus Coppernob
- Scientific nameRanunculus ficaria cv. coppernob
- Place of originEuropean
- Place of floweringHorticultural species
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May
What is Ranunculus Coppernob
Ranunculus Coppernob (scientific name: Ranunculus ficaria cv. Coppernob) is the horticultural species and is a naturalized plant of European origin, the gardening of the perennial Pleurotus lucidum (scientific name: Ranunculus ficaria)" of the family Ranunculaceae. It is said 'a spring ephemeral' which makes flowers bloom in spring, and the upper part withers in the summer. This is a dark purple color whose leaf color is called "Karasuba (oolong leaf)". In summer it turns green and then withers. Since it is perennial, I will sleep in summer and start preparation for flowering from autumn. Flowers are relatively large in single bloom, flower color is yellow, cold becomes white. This flower is called a calyx petal and the real flower is degenerating. It is similar to Ryukinka (scientific name: Caltha palustris var. Nipponica), but it is a different genus. Ryukinka (C. palustris var. Nipponica) is the same Buttercup family, but it is one size larger than the genus Ryukinka of Japan, leaves are green.
Common name:Ranunculus Coppernob, Scientific Name: Ranunculus ficaria cv. Coppernob, Origin: European environment: moist shade , Plant length: 5 to 10 cm, leaf color: shiny black violet → green, leaf shape: kidney round shape, leaf width: 5 cm, leaf length: 5 to 10 cm, leaf margin: blunt saw tooth, flowering period: from March May, flower color: yellow · white, flower size: 3 ~ 4 cm, petals (sepals visible to flowers) number: 5, fruit: baguette, fruit length: 1 cm, fruit color: red in yellow ground, application: For young, buds to wild vegetables (caution needed).