Ranunculus occidentalis (Western Buttercup)

Ranunculus occidentalis, also known as Western Buttercup, is a wetland perennial plant that produces bright yellow flowers. It belongs to the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae) and is native to western North America. The plant forms dense clusters of dark green leaves and grows up to 6-20 inches in height. The small bright yellow flowers have 5 petals and are arranged in loose clusters at the top of the stem, attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The Western Buttercup prefers wet and marshy habitats, making it an excellent addition to water gardens or areas with moist soil.
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2 Nurseries grow this plant.
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6-20 inches High and Unknown Spread